On RSG, we are big proponents of making sure you’re covered with specific rideshare endorsements on top of your auto insurance. There are plenty of reasons to get additional rideshare coverage, but one question I get a lot is: how much will rideshare insurance cost? Today, RSG contributor Melissa Berry outlines how she actually ended up saving money by adding rideshare insurance to her policy.
For rideshare drivers, our car is our greatest asset. Without it, we’re not a rideshare driver, we’re just wannabe rideshare drivers. However, even if you have a car, you can’t drive with Uber or Lyft without car insurance.
If you haven’t looked into your current auto insurance policy, or if you’re shopping around right now, you may be able to save money by switching to a policy with a rideshare endorsement. Yes, by adding coverage, you could lower your car insurance bill.
My auto insurance bill previously was around $115 a month. By following the tips outlined below, I shopped around, found an excellent auto insurance company, and reduced my auto insurance bill to $67 a month. Today, I’ll guide you through the steps I took along with some recommendations on how you can lower your auto insurance costs while adding a rideshare endorsement.