Had to stop Ubering because State Farm wouldn't cover my vehicle because ubering was my only source of income? Has anyone heard of this before??
You are using your vehicle for commercial purposes, they have the right to cut you off.
I thought Ubering wasn't consider a Commercial job, in California?You are using your vehicle for commercial purposes, they have the right to cut you off.
Look up Metromile on Google, they will cover some of your TNC driving. Uber will cover part of it, but read your coverages carefully because there may be gaps.
Your vehicle when used to earn money (pizza/newspaper delivery, transporting people) is called aJjkaemom said:
Insurance fraud: Driving your car as a vehicle-for-hire and not informing your auto insurance company you are doing do. REASON: You are not paying the higher premium for using your car in a commercial way.XUberMike said:Care to add where you saw insurance fraud mentioned in this thread?
Wrong, they would have to go after the insurance that is active at the time, if no insurance is active then they would go after the driver.Mom,
You are not an employee of Uber. You are an independent contractor. UBER is your vendor to whom you pay for the use of their technology.
Think about this. YOU are the driver. If, Good forbid, you are involved in an accident and someone wants to sue, they will come after you first and sure for everything you own. Is driving on the Uber app really worth the stress?