Harry here. Rideshare insurance isn’t the most exciting topic in the world, but it is an important one. Our rideshare insurance page now ranks as one of the top ten pages on our site and we’ve built out an extensive database of options by state. Also, we have a list of recommended agents that readers have submitted and/or we’ve done our best to vet.
Today, RSG contributor Scott Van Maldegiam takes a look at what rideshare insurance covers and also what it doesn’t cover.
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When I first started driving for Uber, my biggest concern was the insurance puzzle piece. I wanted to know what my exposure was in a worst case scenario. What’s the worst that could happen? Getting into an accident while driving for Uber where the accident was my fault or where the other driver was uninsured or underinsured. I didn’t want to be in a situation where the money-making activity of driving for Uber would become a severe financial hardship on my family. [Read more…]