I've have rideshare ins through Farmer's and it's getting ready to expire. They sent me a letter a few weeks ago requesting my estimated annual milage. I looked at the position of the moon, the stars and the planets and gave them a figure of 75000 annually. (No, actually I gave them an accurate estimate based on my average weekly milage). As it expires in February, Lyft started sending me reminders about the ins docs so I went online with Farmer's anticipating an increase, maybe even a doubling of my current rates. Wrong. They quadrupled, from $109/month to $402/month. This caused me some instant psychological trauma. I went online to get a quote from State Farm, got as far as my name, address and the car's particulars and estimated annual milage, and their system farted and then told me it can go further with the quote and that I'll have to speak with a live agent. I'm beginning to think that I'm well and thoroughly screwed on this as the insurance companies talk to each other and they all know my situation now. I know there are more companies doing rideshare insurance then there were a year ago. Has anybody out there gotten estimates from multiple companies that my be able to give me a clue as to who may have the best price?