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Wisconsin offers several rideshare insurance options, including Allstate, Erie, Farmers, GEICO, and State Farm. We recommend getting quotes from all these companies to find out which policy best suits your needs.

Allstate

Allstate’s rideshare coverage is unique. While it provides coverage during period 1, Allstate’s rideshare coverage also helps fill the gap that arises when a customer’s personal auto policy liability coverage limits are greater than what’s provided by Uber and Lyft during period 1, 2 and 3. The coverage also protects drivers against high deductibles that ridesharing companies have for their coverage.

Farmers

Farmers offers a rideshare-friendly policy add-on which extends your coverage during period 1 (app on, but no passenger). You won’t be dropped for telling them you’re a rideshare driver; however, you will be reliant on Uber or Lyft’s insurance policies during periods 2 and 3.

GEICO

With a single policy, it doesn’t matter whether you’re “on the clock” or just driving for personal reasons. Eliminate coverage gaps and don’t worry about which policy is primary if you have an accident. Best of all, GEICO’s ridesharing coverage is offered at rates typically much lower than taxi and commercial rates.  Also, Uber, Lyft, or other on-demand service—drivers are not limited to just one transportation network company.

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State Farm

State Farm’s rideshare endorsement extends your coverage limits during period 1, 2 and 3. This means that your personal deductible will be in effect any time you are behind the wheel, no matter which TNC you’re driving for, or which period you’re in. If you have other coverages such as medical, towing and rental car coverage, these too will be in effect while you’re driving for Uber, Lyft, or others.

American Family Insurance

American Family Insurance offers rideshare endorsements which extend your personal policy to include the infamous “period one” gap (app on, no pings). During periods two and three, you’ll still be reliant on the coverage provided by Uber/Lyft – but you can rest easy knowing that you won’t be dropped from your personal policy for being a rideshare driver.

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