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When ride-sharing first sprung onto the scene, insurance became an immediate concern. Anyone familiar with the personal auto policy knew that such activity was excluded. Many individuals were not aware of this, and started driving for transportation network companies not realizing that in the event of an accident they may not be covered. While the rideshare companies provided coverage when the driver had a passenger, there was no coverage for the gap period when the driver was driving around waiting for someone to hire him for a ride or when he was on his way to pick up a passenger.

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