Leaked Document Spurs Disclosure Of Uber Insurance Policies

Posted on March 28, 2014

Here’s how Uber describes who and what is covered by this policy:

This policy covers the liability of 1) ridesharing drivers (described as “Named Operators” in the policy) who have accepted a trip and are en route to pick up passengers or that are transporting passengers to their destination 2) Rasier and 3) Uber Technologies, Inc. Liability coverage is up to $1 million per incident for bodily injury or property damage to passengers or any other third parties, such as pedestrians, other vehicles, buildings, etc. The policy also covers bodily injury caused by uninsured and underinsured motorists up to $1 million/incident, so that no matter who is at fault, coverage is in place. article here

Uber Blog here

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Comments ( 1 )

     | about 5 years ago

    UBER and other RIDE SHARE COMPANIES are ILLEGAL RIDE SHARE OPERATORS Because they are doing it for PROFIT. RIDE SHARE PROGRAMS were designed mainly for non professional / commerical people travelling in the same direction, from home to work and return, by another non professional / commerical drivers that was going the same direction. UBER and other RIDE SHARE COMPANIES are providing these services by professional / commerical drivers and using non commerical vehicles for FOR-HIRE purposes, which is a called a TAXI SERVICE and NOT a RIDE SHARE PROGRAM

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