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Ridesharecaligirl

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Moving to Oregon in a week and sadly my Mercury Insurance doesn’t cover me there. Any recommendations for Rideshare Insurance?
 

MedicMan

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Thanks! Unfortunately although both my parents were in the military they have both passed away.
If you have their DD214 you can still get USAA. I can get USAA because of my grandson who is shooting terrorists in Afghanistan. But I have heard a lot of bad things about USAA lately and it seems they have having some issues. But that being said having additional insurance is not a bad thing.
 

MedicMan

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Did you know you can get 25 cents extra per mile through Lyft up to $500 for 6 months.
This is Portland. People are pretty cheap and will not use select much. They try to save money by using pool which I refuse to do because of the poor pay. Good luck driving select in Portland.
 

Ridesharecaligirl

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This is Portland. People are pretty cheap and will not use select much. They try to save money by using pool which I refuse to do because of the poor pay. Good luck driving select in Portland.
Yeah I’m well aware of that and I tried to explain it would be less in Portland but that was that
 
Ok here is the deal Take heed! I've been driving a year and a half and it was bound to happen. I got hit. Uber insurance will cost you $1000 to use it. The other party is refusing to pay damages. I have to take them to court. In the mean time, I have not driven in three weeks. I was deactivated right away from Uber.
If I had put tnc insurance on my personal policy I would have been back on the road by now. Ps I'm not driving for Micro managed LyFT been there done that I'll stay with Uber.
 
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