Insurance

When you drive for Pull Up n Go, you’re covered while online. Here’s all the information you need to know on how insurance works for rideshare drivers.

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Before you accept a trip request while online, you are covered by our insurance policy for your liability to a third party if something happens and you're at fault.

A third party is anyone or anything other than yourself or your vehicle. Coverage includes liability to pay another driver, another person’s medical needs or property damaged. The amount that the insurance coverage includes is at least $50,000 in injury liability per person with $100,000 in total liability per accident and $25,000 in property damage liability per accident.

Pull Up n Go will maintain this automobile liability insurance on your behalf, if you do not maintain applicable insurance of at least these amounts.

Additional information

If another person is at fault, you are able to make a claim against their insurance. Your personal insurance policy may also cover you in this situation. Please check your personal coverage for more information.


Third party liability coverage

Third party liability insurance covers your liability for damages to any third party which can include another driver, pedestrian, or property in case of an accident when you’re at fault. The coverage amount is at least $1 million of total liability coverage.

Uninsured or underinsured motorist bodily injury coverage

Coverage for this insurance will cover any occupant of your vehicle in case of an accident where another party is at fault but does not have insurance or is underinsured. Hit and runs incidents where one cannot be identified, will also be covered through this insurance. The coverage amount is $1 million of total coverage for bodily injury.

Contingent collision and comprehensive coverage

When an accident occurs whether you’re at fault or not, you will be insured through this coverage. As long as you have auto insurance that includes collision coverage for that particular vehicle, you will be insured while not on a trip. The coverage amount is up to the actual cash value of your vehicle. There is a $1,000 deductible.

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Driving to pick up your rider

Before your rider gets in your car while you’re driving to pick them up, you are covered by our insurance policy.


When you're offline

When driving your car for personal use

If you are not driving on the Pull Up n Go platform, you are not covered by our insurance policy. Any accidents that happen while in your car when not driving with Pull Up n Go will be covered by the personal auto insurance coverage that you obtain on your own.


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Our incident response crew will be available around the clock working for you to handle any emergency that surfaces when using the Pull Up n Go platform.

Working with law enforcement

In rare cases when local law enforcement gets involved and provides us with valid legal process, we must comply and grant them access to any important information to help further their investigations.


This page provides an informational summary of insurance policies for quick reference and does not affirmatively or negatively amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by those policies.

Pull Up n Go provides the insurance coverage mentioned above in all US states. In addition, Pull Up n Go also maintains any other local coverage required by applicable state law, such as no fault coverage (like personal injury protection).

Getting started as a driving entrepreneur

Getting started as a driving entrepreneur is easy and takes less than 5 minutes.

1

Download the app on your device

Sign up by downloading the app on your mobile device and fill out the required information.

2

Share some documents

You’ll need to go through the driver’s screening before hitting the road. Simply upload your license, registration, proof of insurance, etc.

3

Get approved and start driving

After you’re approved by an authorized rep, you’re ready to start your business as a driving entrepreneur.**