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  1. Cleveland & Akron
    I have a number of clients that are driving for Uber/Lyft and also taking advantage of driving for UberEats, DoorDash, etc. and even delivering for Amazon. I know you (hopefully) have the proper coverage for rideshare driving, but does that insurance also protect you while 'delivery' driving...
  2. Insurance
    Hi guys. I'm new here. Just curious how much Ohio drivers are paying for their insurance with ride- share? Under $100 per month? Thanks!
  3. Cleveland & Akron
    But some still don't. More insurance companies are understanding that rideshare drivers aren't high risk and are updating their rules to offer this coverage. Nonetheless, there are still several insurers that specifically prohibit Uber, Lyft or delivery driving. If you don't yet have rideshare...
  4. Cleveland & Akron
    According to the Washington Post: Most of Uber's safety incidents involve 'abusive riders on drivers' Who woulda thunk it?
  5. Cleveland & Akron
    I linked to this article in my most recent newsletter... Uber and Lyft Drivers are safer This is why Erie Insurance welcomes rideshare drivers with open arms, while other companies want to exclude you. Questions? (Erie sponsorship ended) or brad @bradsussman.com
  6. Columbus
    The liability coverage* for both companies is similar in all phases of driving, but if you carry comprehensive** and collision*** on your car, the deductible is very different. When you're driving to pick up a rider to when you drop them off (phases two and three of rideshare driving) Uber's...
  7. Columbus
    The new Ohio rideshare regulations that went into effect in March now require the TNC (Uber, Lyft, etc.) to send a letter to your lease or lien holder informing them that you are using the vehicle for rideshare. Lenders want to make sure you have the proper insurance to protect their investment...
  8. Columbus
    Here is the breakdown on the Ohio TNC insurance mandates which took effect last month: In phase one, the period when the rideshare app is on and the driver hasn't yet received a request for a ride, the TNC, driver or a combination of the two would be required to obtain coverage with minimum...
  9. Cleveland & Akron
    So what is the rideshare insurance gap you should be concerned? Transportation Network Companies like Uber & Lyft have commercial insurance that kicks in when you're en route to pick up a rider and when the rider is in the car. There is also comprehensive and collision coverage as well, but...
  10. Phoenix
    I've been checking on insurance and have called several agents and gotten rates that were mostly insane - 3 times what I'm paying now for regular insurance. But I have found a guy I believe is honest and will do his best to help you. He sells the Mercury coverage. I would like to share his...
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