Insurance doesn't drop you after an accident, your premium just goes up, I'm not talking about an accident during driving a passanger, just ab accident driving on your own timeYour primary insurance will cancel you and then Uber will deactivate you for not having insurance. After your primary insurance cancels you, you will be blackballed from getting insurance from any respectable company in the future. You will end up getting insurance from some fly by night company owned by Lennie who runs the company out of his garage.
This scenario assumes that you never told your insurance company that you were playing Uber ********* on their policy without their knowledge.
Sorry, bad assumption on my part. If the accident was your fault, you got a ticket and points were put on your license, Uber might hold it against you. I believe that Uber changes their driver qualifications on a market to market basis. I base this on different scenarios I've read from different markets. So I didn't really answer your question and I wasted your time having to read something totally useless.I'm not talking about an accident during driving a passanger
your saying I can sue uber if they choose to deactivate me? I understand d,u.i but a car accident can happen to anybody,Be sure to keep in mind the difference between
"What Uberlyft reserve the right to do..." (i.e., deactivate you)
"What Uberlyft actually do in practice..." (i.e., live in constant fear of employee status).
In your particular case, notice that Uber is threatening to delist your car, not deactivate you. That's because your car can't sue Uber for employee status.