Where do I get car insurance as a delivery driver?
I want to start working for DoorDash or a similar delivery company to make some extra income. Where can I find insurance for my car while I'm working?
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Answered on Apr 28, 2021
Many insurance companies offer coverage to delivery drivers, including GEICO, Progressive, State Farm, USAA, and Allstate.
As a delivery driver, you can either buy a commerical policy or a business-use add-on. Your standard personal car insurance may not cover you while you’re on the job.
Commercial policies cover businesses and their vehicles. They offer broad coverage, but they can be pricier than personal policies.
Business-use add-ons to personal policies are intended for minimal business operations. If you’re looking to work as a full-time delivery driver, you may not qualify for this type of coverage.
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