If you’re in an accident with an Uber rental car (or other type of rideshare rental vehicle), you may have a lot of questions about how to handle insurance, contacting the rental company, and more. We had RSG contributor Chonce Maddox Rhea look into what you need to know about if you are in an accident with a rideshare rental car.
Getting into an accident with an Uber rental car (or other rideshare rental vehicle) may seem like a complex situation to navigate through. Once you determine that everyone involved is okay, it’s time to think about insurance and the correct protocols the rideshare car rental company would have you take.
We do have a checklist to guide you through the steps to take if you’re ever in an accident while driving for Uber or Lyft. However, we understand this situation is a little trickier to navigate when you’re talking about a rental car like the ones listed on our Vehicle Marketplace page.
So if you ever get struck with bad luck and get into an accident with a rideshare lease or rental, here’s what you need to know.
If you need a car, we have several lease and rental vehicle options for you at our Vehicle Marketplace here.