Rideshare Insurance for Uber & Lyft Drivers in Utah

Rideshare Insurance Salt Lake City, UTIf you’re using your Camry to deliver people to and from locations in exchange for money, your normal insurance policy will not provide you coverage while you’re working. To be sure you’re covered, you will need a specialized insurance policy geared towards ridesharing. This insurance policy provides coverage while driving for any Transportation Network Company, such as Uber or Lyft, while the App is turned on even if a rider has not been accepted.

This endorsement provides coverage for drivers who participate in ride sharing activities. A ride sharing activity can be described as someone who uses his or her own vehicle to drive passengers or property for a fee on behalf of companies like Uber or Lyft. This endorsement applies to the stated coverages during the period of time when the driver is available for hire until the driver accepts a request for transportation of persons or property for a fee.

Basically, these insurance policies will cover the driver on a personal auto policy whenever the Ride Sharing Companies’ insurance does not cover them. Typically, those policies will cover their drivers once they are on the app and accept a ride.

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Do I need special insurance to drive for Uber or Lyft?

Whether you are thinking of starting a new career or simply want to make some extra income during your down time, working for companies like Uber or Lyft can be a good move. However, you will need specific insurance to be fully covered as your personal auto insurance policy and the insurance provided by Rideshare companies provides gaps in coverage or potential excess liability.

Ridesharing is defined as: individuals who use their own vehicle to transport people from point A to point B in exchange for money.

I am delivering food with my vehicle, do I need to share this with my insurance agent?

The modern world of convenience is offering us many new ways to get food and almost instant retail deliveries, but what you should know is that your standard auto insurance policy likely does not cover you for delivery type services.

Regardless of what you deliver, a personal auto insurance policy doesn’t provide coverage for paid delivery drivers. For this, you need a commercial auto policy.