Rideshare insurance can be a complex topic, but as more carriers launch policies, there are more options and resources available for drivers every day. Today, RSG contributor Melissa Berry takes a look at GEICO’s rideshare insurance policy. For a full listing of rideshare insurance options in your state, head over to our Insurance Marketplace.
GEICO is a major player in the rideshare insurance business, and they offer a unique type of coverage. Called “hybrid insurance”, GEICO offers insurance to part-time and full-time drivers with little restrictions, plus GEICO also covers food delivery (which is rare among auto insurers). This means if you drive for delivery and rideshare (which we recommend), your GEICO policy will have you fully covered.
GEICO offers rideshare insurance policies in a number of states, and in addition to offering rideshare insurance, GEICO also offers many other insurance policies, including homeowner’s and renter’s insurance.
If you already have a GEICO policy, you might find it’s easy and affordable to get a new rideshare policy. We’ll cover how GEICO’s rideshare policy works, how much it may cost you, and how it stacks up to other rideshare insurance providers.