So this is interesting. I have a friend whose brother is listed as a driver on his insurance policy. The insurer is Geico. My friend did not know that his brother was using the vehicle to do Uber and Lyft. Now my friends brother had an accident (not while driving for Uber or Lyft). He had to file a claim through personal insurance. I wonder if Geico finds out that the listed driver (My friends brother) does rideshare, will they terminate the policy? Geico currently does not offer rideshare policy in the state he lives in. If they do terminate the policy will they only do so to the listed driver or will they also do it to my friend who is the policy holder but has never driven for Lyft or Uber. My friend is obviously very nervous about the whole situation as he does not feel anything should happen to him since he had no knowledge the vehicle was being used for that purpose. His brother was only doing it part time so very few hours. Hopefully Geico will not find out that his brother has been using the vehicle for rideshare. He has since made his brother contact Lyft and Uber and request that he be removed as a driver. At the very least will Geico accept the emails back from each company indicating the driver accounts have been deleted as proof the vehicle is no longer used for that purpose and not cancel the policy? Or will they just decide to cancel it/ I know Geico can be very tough on this issue so just wondering what others thnk or if others have had any experience with this.