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  1. Washington DC
    I been out the game for a minute and recently called Geico to send over my insurance info. The lady said Geico doesn't cover Uber any longer (since 2020). Is this true? Anyone have Geico?
  2. Insurance
    I have been reading a lot of comments about how people are paying only 20$ or so more for Rideshare coverage. I work for GEICO and I can assure you that if you are paying this much then you will more times than not: have gaps in your cover, have a restricted limit to how your $20 will cover you...
  3. Insurance
    Please share if you get any quotes, I'm just trying to see if I'm paying too much. My policy was about $40 more per month than what I was paying for regular insurance.
  4. Manchester
    Since I let Geico know about ride sharing... my new policy will go for $160.00 per month to $550.00 per month. Can anyone explain why my car insurance would just $340.00 per month?
  5. Connecticut
    Insurance is required both by the State of Connecticut and by Uber. There are significant gaps in the insurance coverage automatically offered when online by Uber, Lyft, etc. https://uberpeople.net/threads/uber-and-lyft-car-insurance.60340/ I've discovered only limited options for rideshare...
  6. Insurance
    Just a heads up to all ride sharers in PA. If you have Progressive insurance, cancel it now and go with Erie or Geico. Erie has much better rates and clear "three tiers" in their own Hybrid policies. Here's my story with progressive. I had a minor fender bender (off app and off line). Cost...
  7. Stories
    I was thinking of switching to MM, but heard you still have to go through Uber's policy. Is that true? I know a lot of people that had to file the claim with Uber and they have been very poor experiences. Anyone have an accident and used Geico's new rideshare policy? I only know one person. He...
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