Washington Governor Approves Bill for Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing

The Washington Governor Chris Gregoire signed HB 2384, a bill regulating personal vehicle-sharing programs, on March 29 allowing it to go into effect June 7 this year.

The bill requires peer-to-peer companies to provide insurance while a car is in use under the program so that drivers who decide to share their vehicle through a peer-to-peer program will not be dropped from their insurance.  

For more on the bill, and for a link to the legislation as it passed the Washington Legislature, click here.

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