The companies had been operating conditionally while their applications were being reviewed by the CPUC.
The ride service company’s insurance policy had long been secret until someone leaked it Monday.
Suit challenges company’s suggestion that it’s not liable because driver was not on an Uber call.
Questions about coverage get new attention after a series of accidents involving ride-service drivers.
A man has been taken into custody for fatally striking a 6-year-old girl in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
The biggest uncertainty facing smartphone-based ride-service companies is drivers’ insurance coverage.
Can you get insurance, or get a claim paid, if you’re driving for Lyft or Sidecar? It depends.
By Dan Brekke, Jon Brooks, Katharine Fong and Lisa Pickoff-White Need to get to work from the East Bay to San Francisco on Thursday? Heading from the city to Berkeley for a Labor Day barbecue? The Bay Bridge may be closing down for five days, but that doesn’t mean you need to put your plans […]