Hurdlr doesn't send or have access to your Uber 1099. To get this form, log in through Uber's Driver portal here.
Your 1099 is a record of your total independent earnings from a specific business. For example, if you drive for both Uber and Lyft, you should get two separate 1099s at the end of the year from each business. These total earnings should match your recorded earnings in Hurdlr, assuming your record-keeping is up-to-date.
Your official Uber 1099 doesn't include a record of mileage driven or other rideshare expenses, just your income from Uber activity.