So drivers have already had existing policies void or cancelled! Try getting insured once having a denied claim or cancelled policyDrivers must claim on their own insurance first.
She says successful claims have been made by Australian drivers on Uber's insurance.
Definitely not the case, a webpage with a bit of text and some promises that contravene the driver partners transportation service agreement doesn't count.But details of the cover are scant; though Curran says Uber is "happy to share evidence of our policy with driver-partners who would like to see it".
No clear written terms on what defines "Full-Time" Uber work? Many NRMA customer that Uber would not be aware they have to inform them of their UberX duties and be subject to a higher excess. This excess was not disclosed when I made my enquiries.NRMA is one of the very few insurers who will cover ride-sharing where it operates - in NSW, ACT and Queensland. Mariana Cidade, a spokeswoman for NRMA, says the company will not cover drivers who are conducting ride-sharing "full-time". But "occasional" users who tell NRMA will have the same coverage as they would normally have, though they would have to pay a higher premium.