Today we have a sponsored post from Rideshare Knight (check them out here). They’re one of the first companies to create an extended, high mileage vehicle service contract that is specifically for Uber and Lyft drivers. Up until now, traditional warranties have excluded commercial use and a lot of drivers I know have been ruined by major repairs that occur at EXACTLY the wrong time.
My friend purchased an extended warranty for his car through a popular dealership network when he first started driving for Uber. It increased the warranty coverage from 50,000 miles to 100,000 miles. He told me he figured he would need it in case his transmission or motor blew-up in order to prevent him from being left without a car (which is required to pay rent when you’re a rideshare driver).