Lyft has a new policy regarding their coverage, if you were to be involved in an accident while riding Lyft. Lyft’s policy only affects those riders in Florida.The policy has now removed UM/UIM (uninsured/underinsured motorist) on Lyft’s Florida certificate of liability insurance. Uninsured motorist coverage is part of a car insurance policy that helps pay for your medical bills or car repairs if you’re hit by a driver who doesn’t have car insurance. What that means for you as a passenger, is if the driver was involved in a car accident and they are not at fault – Lyft will no longer cover your injury cost. You will now have to go after your driver’s personal auto insurance policy or of the person who hit your driver. Uber has a coverage of up to one MILLION dollars, so if you’re thinking which is more safe – We suggest Uber.
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