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About The Network


Rideshare Driver Network is a not for profit organisation of drivers working together to create a real alternative to exploitation.

RDN are experienced professional drivers committed to achieving job security and better pay and working conditions for all drivers.

We provide practical help and information to drivers with issues they encounter from deactivation to GST, tax, infringements, and how to tackle pretty much anything on the road. We raise money for drivers in need and create and contribute to existing networks so drivers don’t face trouble, or driving, alone.

RDN are also a founding member of the International Alliance of App-Based Transport Workers (IAATW) and a have close working relationship with other driver groups from the UK, USA, France, India, south-East Asia, South Africa, Nigeria, Canada and Central and South America.

Membership is $2/week. We don’t want your money. we want your voice. We want solidarity. We know we are stronger when we stand together.

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Latest News

Ride-hailing giant Uber is facing a legal challenge over its use of real-time facial recognition technology in a driver and courier identity check system that it uses in the U.K.
Harmers Workplace Lawyers has launched a landmark legal action in the Federal Court on behalf of 4 drivers and the Rideshare Driver Network (RDN). RDN represents thousands of Uber drivers who are fighting for their industrial rights. The case will determine whether Uber drivers are in reality employees of Uber, and not independent contractors, as Uber has always claimed.
Uber has settled for a "life-changing amount" of $400,000 after Federal Court judges savaged the company for the elaborate way it tries to deny any link to its workers. The case was backed by the TWU and involved Adelaide-based Amita Gupta, sacked after she was 10 minutes late with a food delivery.

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