Ridesharing companies, like Uber and Lyft, are taking an increasing amount of trips from personally owned vehicles or existing mass transit. For insurers, that means a new vector of risk that can be underwritten.

According to new research from analyst firm Aite Group, Ridesharing: Opportunities for Insurers, usage-based insurance can solve many of the problems insurers face in trying to underwrite that risk.

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