Ride Sharing Is Convenient. But What Happens If There's an Accident?


Despite all the recent scandals from Uber, if you're like me, you're using ridesharing servicesmore and more these days. However, after a recent close call, while using a ride sharing service on a business trip to Silicon Valley, I realized that while I had been using them for a while, I had no idea what to do if I were to get an accident!

We were inches away from rear-ending the car in front of us!

What did I really know about the guy who was driving me around in crazy Bay-area traffic?

Let's face it: Ridesharing and ride-hailing services are getting to be part of the mainstream. As more people use them, more problems are becoming apparent. Fifteen percent of adults in the United States have used a ridesharing app and of those, 17% use one on a daily or weekly basis. Young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 are the most likely demographic to use a ridesharing app. Read more about the Ride Sharing Is Convenient...

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28 May 2018


By John White