A 1099 is a record of your total independent earnings from a specific business. Hurdlr does not send you a 1099 because Hurdlr does not employ you as an independent contractor. Each company that you contract for should send you a 1099, typically by the end of January.
For example, if you drive for both Uber and Lyft, you should get a 1099 from Uber and a separate 1099s from Lyft. The total earnings in your 1099s should match your recorded income in Hurdlr, assuming your record keeping is up-to-date.
If you have further questions about your 1099, you should contact the companies you contract with.