Drivers have forever complained about their insurance brokers and I want to finally get an understanding of what makes a good broker and a bad broker, who are the better ones and and who are the worst, where is the FHV INSURANCE INDUSTRY heading ?
 

New2This

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I have a great one. He does Erie rideshare coverage for me and several other members of UPNet.
 
The tlc/fhv insurance industry has been outdated for years. Brokers are super slow to process a drivers license or generate a quote.
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I have a great one. He does Erie rideshare coverage for me and several other members of UPNet.
What city?
 
Let me guess: you have the solution?

If you're trying to drum up business then contact UPNet and become a paying sponsor.
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DC area
Do you guys have American transit out there ?
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Better looking than this ANT scam View attachment 301202
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Do you guys have American transit out there ?
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What is ANT sir ?
 
Here it mainly the foreign drivers that sit in rush traffic for hours to get three rides in 3 hours and make 5 dollars extra....driving for 65 cents a mile. The art of actually logging offline to help create demand in areas is over...people willing to sacrifice money just to say "they're busy".
that's funny.
 
No, I am a driver- I am trying to find out the different experience drivers have had with brokers because I have had terrible experiences and any recommendations will certainly help.
 

New2This

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No, I am a driver- I am trying to find out the different experience drivers have had with brokers because I have had terrible experiences and any recommendations will certainly help.

You might be better off posting this in the NYC forum. NYC is unlike any other market in the country.

Do a search there first because I'm sure insurance has been covered there extensively.
 

Launchpad McQuack

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No, I am a driver- I am trying to find out the different experience drivers have had with brokers because I have had terrible experiences and any recommendations will certainly help.

I went through a broker for my condo insurance. They were helpful. It was a good experience. I live by the beach, and a lot of insurance companies will not insure that close to the ocean. If they will, then it is ridiculously expensive. My broker found me a company that had much better rates than I was able to find getting quotes from the big boys on my own.

Recently, I went back to the same broker to see about getting an auto insurance policy that wouldn't have any gaps in coverage while I'm doing deliveries for Uber Eats. For this, they were worthless. They found one company that would insure me and only if I kept my online time with Uber to less than 20 hours per week. I guess I'm stuck going with the big boys for this.
 

BigJohn

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No, I am a driver- I am trying to find out the different experience drivers have had with brokers because I have had terrible experiences and any recommendations will certainly help.

Here is the thing about brokers: Most are location based. So you really need to be asking in your local forum.
 
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