RideShare Knight Offers VSCs for Uber and Lyft Drivers

June 22, 2018

Drivers for ride-hailing services can opt for a new exclusionary service contract offered by RideShare Knight. Photo by Fort George G. Meade Public Affairs Office via Flickr

Drivers for ride-hailing services can opt for a new exclusionary service contract offered by RideShare Knight. Photo by Fort George G. Meade Public Affairs Office via Flickr

NEW YORK — RideShare Knight, a vehicle service contract provider for such rideshare operators as Uber, Lyft, Juno, Via, and other up-and-coming apps, announced the nationwide launch of an exclusionary service contract for hardworking drivers.

Since carmakers and third-party vehicle service contract providers do not cover vehicles used in the ride-sharing economy, RideShare Knight is changing the norm with exclusionary bumper-to-bumper coverage, said the company’s founder and CEO, Max Zanan.

“These drivers shouldn’t worry about the repair costs due to mechanical breakdowns,” Zanan said. “RideShare Knight is available coast-to-coast, covers both parts and labor, provides 24/7 emergency roadside assistance, and can be transferred to the next owner of the vehicle. Our comprehensive coverage will help Uber and Lyft drivers to focus on what’s important — providing for their families.”

RideShare Knight is offering zero percent financing to all interested drivers. “We want to make RideShare Knight affordable to as many drivers as possible,” said Zanan. “Our zero percent financing offer is available to all drivers regardless of their credit, and it shows our commitment to the rideshare community.

“This platform will make life easier for the 715,000 Uber and Lyft drivers earning a living today,” Zanan added. “With the service contract designed for rideshare community, drivers don’t have to worry about their vehicles breaking down. RideShare Knight covers parts and labor as well as roadside assistance, so they can solely focus on their ride sharing business. Spread the word regarding our official foray into the ride sharing market.”

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