If you drive for Lyft or Uber in most states, you probably have a number of affordable rideshare insurance options. Most of the major insurance companies now offer rideshare insurance coverage, including Farmers, State Farm, USAA, Geico, Metlife, Progressive, and Allstate.
More recently, a few companies have even started to offer Amazon Flex insurance, Doordash insurance, and Instacart insurance.
A couple of years ago, it was next to impossible to find coverage. Now, rideshare insurance is available in all 50 states. Coverage has been available for a while in states like California, Texas, and Illinois. But now you can also find rideshare insurance in states where it wasn’t previously available, like Florida, Hawaii, and even North Carolina (the last holdout).
If you’d like to see which companies offer rideshare insurance near you, select your state from the dropdown menu below.
Or, if you’d like the answers to all of your Lyft and Uber insurance questions, read on. We go over what Uber insurance covers, what Lyft insurance covers, what rideshare insurance is and the different types of coverage available. If you have rideshare insurance questions, all the answers are further down the page.
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- The Comprehensive Guide To Rideshare Insurance For Uber And Lyft Drivers