How To Handle An Uber Accident While Rideshare Driving

UPDATE: If you’ve recently gotten into an accident while driving for Uber/Lyft, we recommend speaking with Bryant Greening, an attorney at LegalRideshare – (312) 767-2222.  And you can also head over to our new Uber Accident Lawyer Page to learn more. If you’re looking for rideshare insurance, please check out our Uber and Lyft rideshare insurance marketplace. Getting in an accident while…

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Can You Use an Electric Vehicle to Drive With Lyft or Uber?

I got an email from a reader the other day who drives a 2016 Nissan Leaf. He asked me whether his car would work for Uber or Lyft. Uber and Lyft do allow for electric vehicles as long as they meet the Uber vehicle or car requirements, but is it feasible? Will it logistically work? Check out the video,…

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Can Two Drivers Share The Same Car On Uber?

Can two drivers share the same car on Uber? The short answer is yes, two drivers can share the same car on Uber or Lyft, but they both must be listed on the insurance card. The reason I really love this question is because anyone who asks this question is really thinking about ways to…

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Should You Charge An Uber Passenger For Returning A Lost Phone?

Should you charge an Uber passenger for returning a lost cell phone? After every ride, I usually do a quick sweep to make sure nobody left anything behind. I use the flashlight on my phone too look around, and sometimes passengers leave more valuable items, like a cell phone. How can you return it, should…

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How Much Data Will A Rideshare Driver Use?

If you’re considering driving for Uber, Lyft or some other on-demand service, you’re probably wondering what kind of impact the job will have on your phone’s data usage. In this video Jonathan will dive into the numbers and even compare a few cell phone plans to help you get the most bandwidth for your buck.…

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