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Obviously, your tax professional is the final arbiter, here... but you can deduct the amount in premium you pay to cover your vehicle for ridesharing from your taxes.
Your insurance agent should provide you a letter showing the difference in what you pay for your personal auto premium and the premium that covers the vehicle(s) for rideshare.

If your agent doesn't, you don't have the right agent.
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Thanks for bringing the available deduction to my attention - I would have completely over-looked it. It's smart advice if a driver is itemizing their business driving expenses!

I think most drivers use the std mileage deduction because in most cases it provides for a higher deduction than itemized expenses - and the std mileage deduction precludes claiming a separate (itemized) insurance expense.
 
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