Ride-sharing insurance that’s right for you.
Have a car and need to make a little extra money? Well ride-share apps like Uber and Lyft make it easy to turn your vehicle into a cash machine. But did you know they do not provide auto insurance and your normal policy WILL NOT COVER YOU if you are in an accident while working.
The company for which you drive only provides limited insurance coverage during the time your ride-hailing app is on, but have not yet accepted a fare (Period 1). Once you accept a fare or are transporting a fare, you will have coverage under the commercial insurance policy for the company for which you drive.
It is very important to understand, however, that your personal auto insurance policy only provides coverage when your ride-hailing app is off. This means that when your app is on and you’re looking for a fare, you probably aren’t fully covered.
Don’t fret, we have insurance that will cover your vehicle, on and off the clock, for as little as $0.20 per day.