COVID-19 has, in a matter of weeks, changed the way the world goes to work. Any business may feel the ripple impact of these shifts. For rideshare passengers, a huge financial risk is an expense of retaining benefits at a period where there isn't almost as much work to report. Thankfully, policy firms understand that the revenue was definitely a risk in the midst of this pandemic and provide remedies. You have some choices when it comes to your rideshare policies if you're a skilled driver who has missed out on the job in the last few weeks. Here's what you need to learn about working with Uber and Lyft during these difficult days.
There are a few options for Uber and Lyft drivers to save money on rideshare insurance without impacting coverage. However, the best route for you depends on the degree to which the coronavirus has impacted the amount of driving you are currently doing.
As you know, both Lyft and Uber provide additional auto insurance to augment your own personal coverage. The company coverage kicks in when you click the app to go into ridesharing mode. Neither Lyft nor Uber has indicated any changes to this coverage requirement during the coronavirus outbreak.
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