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The Personal covers Eva drivers
in Alberta

Ridesharing insurance for Eva drivers

When you use your car to carry Eva passengers, you’re automatically covered by a commercial vehicle policy with The Personal. Our ridesharing insurance covers you from the time you accept a ride request until the passenger gets out of your car.

How the coverage works

Your own car insurance covers you when

    • You’re not logged into the Eva app
    • Important: Make sure your own auto insurance company accepts ridesharing

The Personal ridesharing insurance covers you when

      • You’re logged into the Eva app
      • You haven’t accepted a ride request
      • $1 million liability insurance coverage for bodily injury or damage to property if your insurance company denies liability for the loss or damage
      • Standard Accident Benefits
      • You’re logged into the Eva app
      • You’ve accepted a ride request
      • You’re carrying an Eva passenger
      • $2 million liability insurance
      • Standard Accident Benefits
      • $1,000 deductible for Collision and Comprehensive (the vehicle owner pays the deductible)

Make sure your own auto insurance company accepts ridesharing

When you’re carrying Eva passengers, you have the coverage outlined above. But it’s essential to call your own car insurance company to make sure they accept ridesharing.

What if your insurer doesn’t accept ridesharing?

Call us to speak with an insurance advisor. We’ll be happy to offer you a no-obligation quote.

How to make a claim Our claims service is available 24/7

Call us:1-888-785-5502 $altImage

The Personal ridesharing insurance policy

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The information on this page is provided for informational purposes only. The terms and conditions of the coverages described are set out in the insurance policy, which always prevails. Certain conditions, limitations and exclusions may apply.