• Questions for our Politicians – A reply from Minnikin

    Questions for our Politicians in relation to rideshare in the upcoming election The above email was forwarded to the Transport Minister and the Premier as well as the Opposition Leader and Opposition [...]

  • Questions to Queensland’s Transport Minister – The Upcoming Election

    The attached email has been forwarded to the Transport Minister as well as his opposition counterpart, along with the Premier and Leader of the Opposition. Also, a separate similarly worded email to One Nation. [...]

  • Uber and Lyft Turning to Voters as Last Resort to Maintain Their Status as Contractors

    This has severe implications to drivers in California, especially in a post COVID world... "Uber and Lyft are turning to voters as a last resort to maintain their status as contractors for drivers [...]

  • RSDAA Rideshare Drivers Safety Survey

    A survey is being conducted by the Rideshare Drivers Association of Australia, the information provided will be used to improve our Industry so that drivers are represented fairly and accurately in our Government & [...]

  • Steve Minnikin

    From the Desk of Vice President John Campbell

    Yesterday, Les Johnson and I had another productive meeting with the Opposition Transport Minister, Mr Steve Minnikin who we have come to build a mutually respectful and cordial relationship with. The more experienced ones [...]

  • 2020 Annual General Meeting

    A reminder note to our financial members. The AGM will take place on the 26th July at Geebung RSL club, Geebung. The meeting will commence at 2.00pm and depending on numbers attending as to [...]

  • Press Release June

    The Rideshare Driver’s Association of Australia (RSDAA) today, highlighted the omission of the independent booked hire, rideshare driver and shuttle bus operator sectors in the Palaszczuk Government’s $23m Unite & Recover package as “a [...]

  • COVID-19

    RSDAA advice to all rideshare drivers in relation to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

    RSDAA would like to advise drivers to limit driving hours wherever possible. All Australian rideshare drivers should avoid International Airport pickups unless drivers have a sealed P2/N95 mask, Glen20, disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers [...]


    Yesterday I posted a short para on social media about upcoming changes to parking at Brisbane Airport. For those who have not received the email from BAC I have put it up here. I have [...]

  • RSDAA working with A4ANZ

    Airport Users Call on Government to Adopt ACCC Recommendations on Monopoly Airports Retailers, operators of rental cars, commercial passenger vehicles, off-airport car parking, and ride-share drivers, have joined with major airlines in warning that [...]

  • RSDAA Working for Drivers from the desk of John Campbell Vice President

    Since 2016, only one driver's representative body has been there for the drivers. In the sometimes difficult minefield of representation in government meetings only one representative has built up cordial relations with state, federal [...]

  • Get a Booking Entity Authority

    Missed out on Uber Premium? Did you get a brand new car only to find out it's only eligible for Comfort and X? Want and need the bigger returns that you and your car [...]

  • Concerns as Uber prepares for IPO

    Rosalina has been interviewed by ABC Radio International about Uber's upcoming IPO. Listen Now Download Audio In the process of preparing to list on the New York Stock Exchange in [...]

  • 2019 RSDAA Annual General Meeting

    Upcoming AGM Firstly, and most importantly we are fast approaching our end of year Annual General Meeting, which will take place on the afternoon of 19th May 2019 between 2.30 and 4.30pm. The venue [...]

  • Sydney Driver fined for using Rideshare App

    WARNING TO ALL NSW RIDESHARE DRIVERS Today a Sydney Driver was fined for using his mobile phone illegally to accept a rideshare trip. The driver is now faced with a loss of licence due [...]

  • RSDAA Statement November 28th, 2018

    Over the last 48 hours I think just about every rideshare driver in Australia has become aware of the predicament of the Uber driver who was found guilty in a Sydney court of “negligent [...]

  • Sydney Uber Passenger Death Incident Report

    Sydney Passenger Death Incident Report from the RDSAA President Today I was interviewed for ABC News in relation to the rideshare passenger death. The incident last year has unfortunately cost a passengers life. But [...]

  • September Update

    RSDAA September 18, Members Update I would like to say a very sincere thankyou to my fellow committee members for the effort that you are all putting in to see the RSDAA grow into [...]

  • Driver Safety

      ABC Radio Interview A few days back I was asked to comment on the frequency of assaults against drivers in Melbourne. The mp3 of the interview is attached. So far this year [...]

  • RSDAA Drivers’ Code of Conduct | Accredited Drivers

    Do you want to be part of the RSDAA's Accredited Driver force?   Become a financial member and accept the RSDAA Drivers' Code of Conduct and we'll mail you your RSDAA Accredited Driver sticker.   [...]

For Drivers

The RSDAA exists to promote and protect the rights and interests of Ride-Share Drivers across Australia (eg: Uber, Ola, etc. drivers).

Being a member gives you access to the members’ areas which includes Facebook discussion groups, useful tools and other resources for drivers.

Membership fees are $5.39 per month, $15.00 every 3 months or $50.00 / year. Fees go toward covering the administrative costs, lobbying and meeting with government bodies, promotional activities, and once established, providing valuable services and advice to members, such as tax advice, legal advice and assistance, and negotiated commercial agreements with suppliers.