Johnnydiec· Premium Member
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He said that If you are online but have not yet accepted any riders yet, Uber collision will not pay for your car damage, does he is right about this?
If your insurance company knows, or even suspects that you drive doing ride share/food delivery, etc, they will check with Ube/Lyft to see if you were online at the time of the accident. Keep in mind that lying to your insurance company, either directly or by omitting factual information is considered fraud. So if you haven’t voluntarily told your insurer that you are using your car for gig work, or answered no when asked about it in order to obtain coverage, you could find yourself prosecuted and/or without coverage.And if you are logged in but not on a trip, your personal insurance knows that how? You are just a driver in a car on the street like any other at that point.
That’s correct if you are online, but have not accepted a ride, Uber insurance will not cover it Uber insurance kicks in when you have accepted a ride plus after you’ve picked it up and until you complete that ride.He said that If you are online but have not yet accepted any riders yet, Uber collision will not pay for your car damage, does he is right about this?