Harry here. Last month, our rideshare insurance options page was one of the most viewed pages on our site, which tells me that there are still a lot of people who are looking for rideshare insurance. Today, Senior RSG Contributor Scott Van Maldegiam takes a look at the other side of the coin, though, and offers up some advice for drivers who may not have any rideshare-friendly insurance options available in their state.
When discussing auto insurance options, we focus mostly on rideshare specific options. Companies such as Farmers and Erie, for example, have well documented rideshare options available for drivers, and there are more options being announced every day. But even with all these new options, there are still some states that don’t have any rideshare-friendly policies available. So what do you do if you are in a state without any available or affordable options?