Ohio Rideshare Insurance for Uber and Lyft Drivers
Farmers, Geico and Erie are the only insurance that will insure both Lyft and Uber drivers. They are all good options but it is unclear which one would be cheapest for you. You may need separate quotes from all three to see which one is the least expensive.
- Farmers: Farmers Rideshare insurance is not available for sale online. Call 1-855-808-6599 or talk to your Farmers agent to add this new coverage in Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wisconsin! With Farmers Rideshare, you can avoid a potential gap in coverage by extending your personal auto insurance coverage when you are logged in and waiting to be matched with your next rider.
- Geico: If you live in CT, GA, MD, OH, PA, TX, or VA and have been approved to drive for Uber (UberX and UberXL), Lyft and other on-demand services, you may be eligible for GEICO Ridesharing Insurance. GEICO’s ridesharing policy is the affordable alternative that covers your vehicle for personal use, ridesharing and other on-demand services. Bridging the gap, this “hybrid auto policy” provides coverage when the rideshare app is off, when it is on with no passengers in the vehicle, and when it is on with passengers (subject to exclusions and conditions).
- Erie- They launched what they believe to be a first-of-its-kind coverage to protect drivers who use ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft. The new car insurance coverage solves a longstanding problem for drivers in the ridesharing economy by eliminating confusion over what’s covered and when. With ERIE’s new coverage, the driver has insurance coverage during every part of the trip—before, during and after the hired ride.
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