Breaking Tradition: How Mobility is Forcing Captives to Rethink Insurance

  • William Hoffman
  • March 9, 2017
There is a horror story floated by captives and whispered by worst-case scenario conspiracy theorists in which rideshare drivers lease vehicles, get into a car wreck, and their insurance doesn’t cover commercial activity, leaving the captive stuck with both the damages and a delinquent borrower. These claims aren’t totally unsubstantiated. Services such as Uber and […]

Uber Drivers Can Now Get One-Week Lease Vehicles, Thanks to GM Partnership

  • William Hoffman
  • November 2, 2016
Consumers in the San Francisco area will be able to drive for Uber Technologies Inc. by leasing a General Motors vehicle for as little time as a week, through a new partnership announced Tuesday in a joint press release from the popular rideshare service and the car maker’s mobility services program, Maven. “This is the latest […]
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