Protected By Allstate
We’re here to help you understand how Drift’s insurance policy works. This is a simplified version of what you’re covered for, when coverage applies, and how claims are handled. If you have any questions let us know.
How it works
Drift’s insurance policy will provide coverage to an eligible vehicle while it is actively listed on the Drift and available for immediate borrowing.
-If you’re using Drift at an airport, your car is covered for the entirety of your trip, from pick up to drop off, or vice versa if you’re sharing a car.
-If you’re using Drift at an apartment building, your vehicle is covered the entire time it’s listed as available on the Drift app (requires your vehicle’s keys to be in the lockbox), including when it is out on a trip.
Keep in mind - In order for Comprehensive and Collision coverage to apply to your car, vehicle owners must have Comprehensive and Collision coverage on their personal auto policy. This is a requirement to protect Drift from fraud.
What does the coverage provide to both owners and drivers?
Up to $1M in liability coverage
What is liability coverage you might ask?
As an owner, this coverage will help protect you if your vehicle is involved in an accident that caused injury and/or property damage.
As a driver, this coverage will help protect you if you are liable in causing injury and/or property damage.
Bottom line. You’re covered.
Limited payment responsibilities
Owners are never charged for the $1 million liability insurance policy, the cost of the policy is paid by the borrower as it is factored into your car’s hourly/daily rate.
Is there a deductible?
Accident-related replacement and repairs
Drift provides collision insurance coverage that helps pay to repair or replace the vehicle if it's damaged in an accident with another vehicle or object, such as a fence or a tree.
Non-accident related replacement and repairs
Drift has comprehensive insurance coverage that helps pay to replace or repair the vehicle (minus the deductible for drivers) if it's stolen or damaged in an incident that's not a collision. Comprehensive typically covers damage from fire, vandalism or falling objects (like a tree or hail).
No-Fault Insurance or Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
Drift provides no-fault insurance is a type of car insurance coverage that helps pay for the driver and passengers' medical bills if injured in a car accident, regardless of who caused the accident. No-fault insurance is also called personal injury protection, or PIP insurance.
This coverage does not apply to vehicle owners, only drivers and passengers if they are injured in a car accident. Personal Injury Protection is not available in all states. See below for a complete list of states that require or offer no-fault insurance.
Who can file a claim?
A driver, owner, or Drift representative can file a claim. Once a claim is filed, Allstate may need to work with both the driver and owner to determine loss facts and next steps. Drift provides each borrower in-car resources to use to for any issue.
How will I get paid for a claim?
All claims payments will come from Allstate. After filing, an Allstate claims adjuster will provide you regular updates about your claim after filing and expected pay out timing.
The above is a short summary of the insurance plan so you can quickly understand how our insurance policy issued by Allstate works. If you have additional questions, please email our team.