As the world’s job market grows increasingly diversified with the ability to run your own personal independent business according to your schedule and your passions, jobs like ride-sharing driving are becoming more readily available. However, with the rise of the gig economy has come a side-effect that can be expensive and unfair to the participants: inability to obtain vehicle service contracts to protect their cars from mechanical breakdown.
Specifically, for ride-sharing drivers, the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and third-party providers do not cover the drivers that make up the Uber, Lyft, Juno, etc. empires. Drivers are responsible for shouldering all costs, like wear and tears, as well as vehicle damage in the event of an accident.
RideShare Knight doesn’t believe rideshare drivers should have to expose their livelihood to road damage, which is why we’ve partnered with an A-rated insurance company and a Third Party Administrator (TPA) to provide the first-ever Uber extended warranty and Lyft extended warranty that ensures bumper-to-bumper coverage.
RideShare Knight offers nationwide coverage, providing total coverage from coast to coast. Our comprehensive coverage allows you to focus on what’s important—providing for your family. While out on the road, we provide roadside assistance, like towing, flat tire assistance, fuel, oil, fluid, water delivery, lock-out support, battery assistance, and more at a moment’s notice.
Even more impressive, registered repair facilities across the country accept our new coverage, with low deductibles of just $100 per visit to ensure the profitability of your business. Lastly, when the vehicle is sold, the coverage stays with you as you select and operate a new vehicle.