To arrange for quality service, Uber has administered a code of standards for a vehicle to adhere to before it can drive for the famous rideshare association. This set of regulations differs by state. These laws are set in place not only to keep the roads safe, but to ensure that Uber riders can rely on a certain level of professionalism and excellence.
If your rideshare driver somehow managed to surpass Uber’s requirements by owning a defective or damaged vehicle that contributed to the cause of your accident, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim for damages. At West Coast Trial Lawyers, our skilled Uber and Lyft accident attorneys have over 60 years of collective legal experience in handling personal injury cases. With our track record of winning more than $1 billion in settlements for our clients, we are confident that we will deliver a good outcome to your case.
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With so many cars on the market, it makes sense for there to be a minimum criteria that must be met by all vehicles:
Just as Uber requires vehicles to have certain features, it also bans specific embellishments. You may not be able to drive for Uber if your vehicle has any of the following:
While you’re off the Uber application, your personal insurance, which is required by law, should at least partially cover your expenses. However, Uber does provide the following allowances in reference to insurance. Oftentimes, these accidents end up resulting in settlements governed by Ubers laws. It’s important to understand the laws that apply to Uber accidents.
While You’re Available or Waiting for a Ride:
While You’re En Route or During Trips:
The Uber black option is for the rider who is looking for a more professional appearance. The guidelines for these vehicles include:
This title is reserved for Uber’s most lavish vehicles. Only the most exclusive cars qualify for this service:
According to California law, every Uber driver must display the Uber decal on their vehicle. The Uber decal must be placed on the front and rear windshield facing outward. Rideshare drivers may remove the decal when they are offline. However, the decal must be placed back onto the vehicle when the rideshare driver goes back online.
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If you were involved in an Uber or Lyft accident, our experienced personal injury attorneys at West Coast Trial Lawyers will help you get the compensation you deserve for your losses. We are committed to resolving your legal issues as quickly as possible while receiving the best results. Our clients are represented on a contingency fee basis. If we do not win, you owe us nothing. There is no financial risk to prevent you from reaching out.
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