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Lyft is now offering contingent coverage for drivers who have full comp and collision insurance. The policy would kick in if their personal insurance does not cover any damages done in the case of an accident.

Transportation Network Companies (TNC’s)  like Uber and Lyft have implemented new contingent liability policies after a major legislative battle forced them to their knees, but those policies still may be problematic for the insurance industry who demand more accountability from their drivers.  

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