HopSkipDrive maintains a comprehensive automobile insurance policy that is in effect while CareDrivers are logged into the HopSkipDrive application and either on the way to pick up a Rider or while transporting a Rider. Policy overage information is available here.
While operating on HopSkipDrive's digital network, your personal automobile insurance policy might not afford liability coverage, depending on the policy's terms. Your personal automobile insurance policy may not provide collision, comprehensive, uninsured motorist or underinsured motorist coverage, or medical payments when you use your vehicle in connection with the HopSkipDrive digital platform.
It is your sole and exclusive responsibility to notify your insurance provider that you will be providing transportation network company services and determine your individual coverage information.
NOTICE TO LIENHOLDERS
If the vehicle that you plan to use to provide transportation network company services for our transportation network company has a lien against it, you must notify the lienholder that you will be using the vehicle for transportation services that may violate the terms of your contract with the lienholder.
If HopSkipDrive's insurer makes a payment for a claim covered under comprehensive coverage or collision coverage, the HopSkipDrive shall cause its insurer to issue the payment directly to the business repairing the vehicle or jointly to the owner of the vehicle and the primary lienholder on the covered vehicle.
CareDriver information collected by HopSkipDrive may be shared with the California Public Utilities Commission.
Seattle/King County, Washington
HopSkipDrive confirms, in accordance with SMC 6.310.260.A.2. and K.C.C. 6.64.251.O, that while CareDrivers are active on its TNC dispatch system as defined by SMC 6.310.110 and K.C.C. 6.64.010.B, the driver's vehicle is insured as required by RCW 46.72.050 and K.C.C. chapter 6.64.