How to Handle Insurance After an Uber or Lyft Accident
Getting in an accident can be a terrifying experience—whether you sustain injuries or not. But what happens after the accident, when you have to deal with insurance? Here are the steps you need to take after the accident.
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Understanding Payment Differences for Rideshare Auto Insurance Policies
As a rideshare driver, your auto insurance payments are part of your business expenses. This means that you make less money if you pay too much for rideshare auto insurance. However, auto insurance is vital to drive legally and protect your car. In fact, you can lose your right to drive for rideshare companies if you don’t have the right insurance coverage in place.
The Ease of Switching Auto Insurance Companies
For rideshare drivers, auto insurance is essential to protect your income, your property, and your interests. However, the wrong insurance company may leave gaps in your coverage, cost you a fortune, or even fail to protect you after an accident. Don’t settle for subpar rideshare driver coverage. Make the switch today to Buckle, the auto insurance provider specifically designed to give rideshare drivers the coverage you need.
The Deal: The Keys to Understanding Rideshare Auto Insurance
How do you know if you have the coverage you need as a rideshare driver? It isn’t easy! Every penny you spend on rideshare operational costs cuts into your income. That includes auto insurance. You want the best coverage for the lowest price, with no gaps in coverage. Yet, skimping on auto insurance may cost you more in the long run if you don’t have the right coverage when an accident or theft occurs.
Navigating the Many Components of Auto Insurance Policies
Do you find the details of auto insurance coverage confusing? You aren’t alone. In fact, each policy and company may offer slightly different coverage. We’re here to help you understand the basics of each type of coverage.
How Much is Rideshare Insurance?
As a rideshare driver, you need the right insurance coverage to protect you and your biggest business asset, your vehicle. Unfortunately, the insurance coverage provided by the rideshare companies have limits, gaps, and high deductibles. Plus, you still need an insurance plan outside of the rideshare company’s coverage. The cost of auto insurance plans varies greatly depending on the insurance company and the type of coverage you acquire.
Landscape of Rideshare Companies
The rideshare business grew over the last decade. Thanks to advances in technology, new rideshare companies disrupted the traditional hired driver business model, like taxi and limousine services. These new transportation solutions opened the door for riders to find more options at competitive prices and drivers to enter the new gig economy workspace.