Lyft to Provide MetLife Insurance

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Peer-to-peer ride-sharing Lyft has partnered with MetLife Auto & Home to provide additional insurance options for protecting drivers and passengers, according to the company's blog.

Lyft already provides a $1 million liability policy covering driver liability for bodily injury and/or property damage of passengers and/or third parties, according to the company.

For more information on Lyft’s insurance and safety practices, visit


  1. stewart resmer [ May 8, 2014 @ 09:59AM ]

    I have been sourcing MetLife in NYC regarding the partnership spoof. No one at home office is aware including president Stephen Kanvarian. They do NOT write Commercial for hire insurance
    They have assigned Carlene Venture to investigate all this
    She has asked us to email or mail any info regarding this.
    [email protected]
    Or mail to MetLife, Inc, 200 Park ave, NYC 10166 in care of her.

  2. stewart [ May 17, 2014 @ 05:15AM ]

    oopps< metlife is indeed working with lyft rideshare ( a very reputable ride share company

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