One of the best ways for me to figure out what to write about is to base my articles off the questions I receive from readers. So if there’s a topic that’s trending and people want to know more, I’ll generally receive a ton of questions about it via e-mail, social media and the Q&A Forum and then I write about it.
And although I still respond to every e-mail I get, it’s definitely gotten harder as the site has grown. As a result, I actually now offer one on one coaching services (more on this in a future post) and based off the initial response, it seems like there are quite a few of you willing to invest in your craft. But today’s topic arose because it seems like many of you still have questions about Lyft and Uber’s insurance policies. Before reading this, I encourage you to check out all my other insurance articles/podcasts though.
Rideshare’s Little White Lie
Rideshare insurance has been a topic that is near and dear to my heart for some time now. When I first started driving almost 9 months ago (wow, has it been that long?!), I thought it was kind of cute that I wasn’t supposed to tell my insurance company I was a rideshare driver. In fact, it kind of made me feel like a bad ass.
For once, I was sticking it to the insurance companies instead of the other way around. But that was almost a year ago and a lot of the issues that plagued the industry then are still around today. And I for one, am getting tired of it.
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