Driver-partners participating in uberX, uberXL, and uberASSIST are covered by a contingent liability policy that works with their personal insurance to provide protection. By purchasing this contingent insurance policy that works along with compulsory third party (CTP) injury cover, Uber ensures that every trip is covered and that riders and other road users are protected in the event of an accident.
Partner Support Insurance
Uber offers partner support insurance for certain personal injuries, helping to cover partners should something go wrong while using the Uber app.
*Insurance is issued by Allianz Australia Insurance Limited (ABN 15 000 122 850; AFSL 234708). Terms, conditions, limits and exclusions apply.
All cars driven by Australian ridesharing driver-partners must be:
- road registered and insured for compulsory third party (CTP) in your state or territory of residence, and
- insured for a minimum of third party property damage, with the driver-partner as policyholder or named insured driver. Commercial insurance is also accepted and the driver-partner is not required to be the policyholder or named insured driver for this type of coverage.
The information provided on this web page does not apply to non-ridesharing driver-partners, e.g. Australian uberEATS or uberRUSH. It is intended for informational purposes and may not be applicable in your country, region or city. It is subject to change and may be updated without notice. An excess applies to claim on Uber’s ridesharing cover.