If you are driving with Ola, please be aware of your responsibility to display an Ola sticker when you are accepting rides.
In some cities, you will be required to display a sticker for ALL rideshare platforms you drive with.
Please allow up to 7-14 business days for the Ola sticker to make its way to your mailing address after onboarding.
If you have still not received your Ola sticker by then or if you need a replacement, you can:
- Register HERE to have one mailed to you
- Check the Ola Driver’s Australia Facebook page for more information
You can request or collect additional stickers, for another registered car OR as a spare.
Ola stickers can be removed when you are not driving and replaced when your driver app is switched ON, you’re online and accepting rides. They are durable, reusable, and made to make your Ola driving experience an easy one.
Watch this video on how to apply your Ola sticker.
Sticker regulations per state
NSW – Sydney
If you have an Ola sticker, it is important to display it clearly, on the back right hand side, of your rear window when you are online and accepting rides. The penalty for “no sticker displayed” by a driver is $150.
VIC – Melbourne
If you have an Ola sticker, it is important to display it clearly when you are online and accepting rides, it must be placed in a sport where it can’t be removed by a person sitting in the driver’s seat of the vehicle. For example, the rear passenger window on the opposite side of the vehicle to the driver’s seat. You may also display a CPV sign if you do not have an Ola sticker. Drivers who fail to indicate the vehicle is a commercial passenger vehicle (CPV) with either an Ola Sticker or CPV sign, will be fined $1983, and if the signage is in the wrong position, you will be fined $413.
SA – Adelaide
If you have an Ola sticker, it is important to display it clearly, on the bottom right hand side, of your rear window when you are online and accepting rides. You may also display your blue PV sign if you do not have an Ola sticker- available through DPTI.
ACT – Canberra
Your Ola sticker must be displayed on the passenger’s side (left side) of the vehicle’s front windscreen when you are online & accepting rides. The penalty for “no sticker displayed” by a driver is $581.
QLD – Gold Coast, Brisbane & Sunshine Coast
The Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads (DTMR) requires all drivers to display Ola stickers on the rear and front windscreens in the bottom left-hand corner, when you are online and accepting rides. The penalty for “no sticker displayed” by a driver is $266, with a maximum penalty of $2669.
If your vehicle is fitted with an approved security camera system must have an approved sign installed, please head to https://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/business-industry/Taxi-and-limousine/Industry-information/Taxi/Personalised-Transport-security-cameras for more details.
WA – Perth
As of 1st July 2019, the Department of Transport (DoT) requires Ola stickers to be displayed in the rear window of your registered vehicle when you are online and accepting rides. An on the spot fine of $900-$1800 may be applicable depending on the circumstance. This includes failing to display the required signs (sticker).
If you have a camera surveillance unit installed, you must have interior signage advising the customer.
For more information on regulations in your city, please visit the links below: