I can't seem to find anything on this. I was considering getting it for issues with my car breaking down or general issues on the road. I just don't know if they will cover someone who is driving for Uber or Lyft. Like say I am in the middle of taking someone somewhere and my car breaks down, will they then assist my passenger as well?
Yes, you can. I have it myself. AAA doesn't care if you drive commercially or not. They are a secondary or "complimentary" service that you pay for and it is none of their concern what you use the vehicle for.
The number of people driving for Uber, Lyft, and other transportation network companies (TNCs) continues to grow, and many drivers don’t realize that the insurance coverage provided by the TNCs only covers part of the potential risk. In many cases a rideshare insurance policy is needed to fully cover both the driver and his/her vehicle
The associations between high-risk driving and substance use/environmental influences were generally stronger among women than among men. When matched by substance-use profiles, women had fewer risky-driving incidents than men.
Customers do not need the Lyft app or a smartphone. ... In addition to the AAA Car Care Center, Lyft and CSAA Insurance Group, a AAA insurer, are now providing motorists with the option of receiving Lyft credits during the auto insurance claim process, depending upon their individual vehicle circumstances.N
You can keep your membership with all privledges without carrying their insurance. The membership is required for insurance, but not the other way around. I used to be an Auto Club representative a long time ago. I'm not too worried about my status with them, having had my home and cars insured there for years. My client (and former boss) was chairman of ACSC and the national AAA boards for a number of years. Plus, I have never driven for any
TNC, nor do I wish to do so. I just want to hear from a representative about their legal right to drop someone for TNC driving.