Just wondering if anyone has obtained this or feels the need for it for us as Uber drivers?
May I ask did your premium go up once you advised NRMA of ridesharing?I hate to say this, but Uber really isn't a profession.
I believe some insurance companies have ridesharing covered under their policies which have been thrown around on this forum previously (??Allianz) so maybe have a look into those if you are concerned. Personally I just have a comprehensive policy with NRMA (Business rego though).
Was just something he mentioned to consider/review but not necessarily take out. Probably just standard practise/covering his arse. I'm not worried about it but always happy to hear others thoughts.Professional indemnity is for when you get sued for maybe putting someone in the wrong investment or the wrong mortgage product.
I don't see where it would come into play with rideshare driving.
I would love to hear any reasons for it from your accountant
I had comprehensive insurance with AAMI. Checked to see if it covered ridesharing - it doesn't. I rang them and said "what do I do?" They said get another insurer. So I went online to NRMA - they have a box to tick that says 'ridesharing services'. And it was cheaper because of lower agreed value of vehicle. No brainer!No, not mine. And I asked a number of times to make sure they had it right.