DiDi Advance

Earn with the rideshare that rewards you.

DiDi Advance is changing the way driver-partners earn by rewarding the most committed drivers with lower services fees and bonus perks.

Why DiDi Advance

New drivers start on Diamond Level (5% Services Fee) for the first two weeks

Industry-leading average services fees

Provides drivers with perks and lower services fees

Services Fee benefits

DiDi Advance introduces four different levels of benefits with varying Services Fees and perks.

A higher DiDi Advance level means lower service fees, which means more money for you as a driver.

Exclusive Discounts & Benefits

Car Maintenance Discounts

Get exclusive discounts up to 16% when you book a car service or repair at UltraTune. 

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Insurance Discounts

Stay insured with Share Cover as a DiDi Driver-partner with 5% off part time cover or 10% off full time cover.

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Tyres

Keep your tyres in check with an extra 5% off published prices on tyresales.com.au

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How DiDi Advance works

As a new Driver-partner, you’ll be allocated Diamond level during your first two weeks of getting your account approved, to help you get familiar with the program. During this time you’ll enjoy an industry leading service fee of 5% for your first two weeks. 

From then, every Monday you’ll receive Quests with targets. Your performance this week sets next week’s level. Your level is refreshed and allocated every Monday. The better your Quest performance, the higher your DiDi Advance level will be next week.

Types of Quests

Total Trip
Number

AR
(Weekly Acceptance Rate)

CR
(Weekly Completion Rate)

Frequently Asked Questions

I haven’t driven with DiDi for a 1 week and would like to drive again. What is my level now?

You’ll automatically receive a 1 Week Extension.

What is a 1 Week Extension?

Driver-partners who are inactive (do not accept any trip requests) for an entire week (Monday to Sunday) will automatically retain the same level in DiDi Advance they were on when they were last active.

For example: 

At the start of Week 2 of DiDi Advance, Alexa received Diamond level. However, in Week 3 Alexa decided to take a break from DiDi. In Week 4, Alexa returns to driving and will automatically rejoin at Diamond Level for the week.

During the week I reached AR and CR targets and thought I qualified for a higher level

Your level for the next week will not be finalised until 11:59pm on Sunday night. Though your total number of trips can only grow throughout the week, your acceptance rate and completion rate can both fluctuate, therefore you need to be mindful of these.

If either rate falls below requirements for the current level that you’re already in, or a level that you’re aiming for, then you will have until 11:59pm on Sunday that week to get your rate back up to where you want it to be.

How is Completion Rate (CR) calculated?

What is CR?

Your Completion Rate (“CR”) is the percentage of trips you actually complete within a specified period of time.Note: DiDi Advance uses your Weekly Acceptance Rate and your Weekly Completion Rate.

How is my Weekly Completion Rate (CR) calculated?

Weekly Completion Rate (CR) = Trips Completed ÷ (Trips Accepted – Exempted Rider Cancellations).

Note: Any trips that are cancelled (by the rider or driver) or closed by Customer Support may affect your CR. Declining a trip request doesn’t affect your CR. However, your Acceptance Rate (AR) will be affected. For drivers who’ve had less than 10% of their total accepted trips cancelled by riders, their CR won’t be affected. This is to minimise the impact of rider cancellations on drivers’ CR.

I’m a new driver to DiDi. What is my level?

As a new driver, you will join DiDi Advance at Diamond, the highest level. Your service fee will be only 5% for all rides you complete over those two weeks. To stay at the same level, complete the Quest targets for Diamond Level to keep earning 95% of the fare (this excludes tolls, confirmation fee, levy and other third party charges).

I haven’t driven with DiDi for more than 2 weeks and would like to drive again. What is my level now?

You’ll automatically receive a 2 Week Extension.

What is a 2 Week Extension?

Driver-partners who are inactive (do not accept any trip requests) for a continuous two week period (Monday to Sunday) will automatically rejoin DiDi Advance on Gold Level, if during the last week they were active were on Gold level or higher.

For example: At the start of Week 2 of DiDi Advance, Alexa received Diamond level. However, on Week 3 & 4 Alexa decided to take a break from DiDi. On Week 5, Alexa returns to driving and will automatically rejoin at Gold level.

DiDi Advance Eligibility

Is DiDi Advance free?

There’s no fee for joining DiDi Advance – all newly approved driver-partners in NSW, QLD, and VIC will join automatically.

Are there eligibility requirements?

No, all driver-partners in NSW, QLD, and VIC will join DiDi Advance.

Earning with DiDi Advance

DiDi Advance works in weekly cycles, with each week determining your DiDi Advance level and its corresponding Services Fee, app features and bonus perks for the following week. You will continue to receive payment as per usual.

DiDi Advance introduces four different Service Fees depending on your program level. To view all the level benefits head to your DiDi Advance page in your DiDi Driver app.

Keep an eye out on your DiDi Driver app for the latest perks. There’ll be more to arriving to DiDi Advance soon.

What are tips for Quests?

What are DiDi Advance Quests? 

Every Monday driver-partners on the program will receive a set of Quests to complete in the DiDi Driver app. The completion of these Quests will determine your Level on DiDi Advance for the following week.

Driver-partners can expect to receive the following three quests:

1. Weekly Total trips 

The total number of trips completed in the current week from 12am Monday to 11:59pm Sunday.

2. Weekly Acceptance Rate (AR)

(Total trips accepted  ÷ total trips received) over a one week period.

Note: If you let trip requests time-out or decline incoming requests your AR will be affected. Your AR is not affected if the rider declined within a certain time-frame from making the trip request.

3. Weekly Completion Rate (CR)

Trips Completed ÷ (Trips Accepted – Exempted Rider Cancellations). 

Note: Any trips that are cancelled (by the rider or driver) or closed by Customer Support may affect your CR. Declining a trip request doesn’t affect your CR. However, your Acceptance Rate (AR) will be affected. For drivers who’ve had less than 10% of their total accepted trips cancelled by riders, their CR won’t be affected. This is to minimise the impact of rider cancellations on drivers’ CR.

To view your Quests, head to the DiDi Driver app and navigate to the DiDi Advance – My Level page.

How do I reach a different level?

You need to complete all three Quests in a 1-week period to maintain or progress levels for the following week. Your next week’s DiDi Advance level is determined based on your current weeks Quest performance at 11:59pm every Sunday.

I had enough trips for the week. Why didn’t I go up a level?

To ensure that you are on track to reach your desired level next week, you will need to make sure that your Quest targets are met and maintained up till 11:59pm on Sunday night. Your account will automatically be updated to your new level and reflect the benefits at 12:00am on Monday.

Although you may have reached your trip goal, your Completion Rate and Acceptance Rate can both fluctuate during the week depending on the way you drive on the platform.

You will need to maintain your CR and AR until 11:59 pm Sunday, as this is the time your level is determined.

What happens if I’m close to reaching the next level at the end of the week?

Your DiDi Advance performance resets on every Sunday night at 11:59pm, when we finalise your level for the next week. There’s no carry-over – your trip total, AR, and CR will reset to zero at 12:00am Monday.

How is Acceptance Rate (AR) calculated?

What is AR?

Your Acceptance Rate (“AR”) is the percentage of trip requests you accept, whether or not you complete the trip.
Note: DiDi Advance uses your Weekly Acceptance Rate and your Weekly Completion Rate.

How is my Weekly Acceptance Rate (AR) calculated?

Weekly Acceptance Rate = (Total Trips Accepted ÷ Total Trip Requests Received over a period of one week) x 100.
Note: If you let trip requests time-out or decline incoming requests your AR will be affected. Your AR is not affected if the rider declined within a certain time-frame from making the trip request.