AIA to Express Concerns About DC Transportation Network Services Innovation Act of 2014
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The Transportation Network Services Innovation Act of 2014 would establish that the vehicle operator's personal auto insurance policy is primarily responsible for any accidents and that the
Ms. Jensen's statement follows:
"Personal auto insurance policies were never created with the intention of covering commercial acts. The moment someone contracts to be an operator for a TNAC they have engaged their vehicle for commercial use. The gap in insurance coverage created by The Transportation Network Services Innovation Act of 2014 could put all parties at risk.
"To protect consumers, vehicle operators, pedestrians and the driving public at large, reasonable regulation of Transportation Network Application Companies is required. AIA believes that TNACs and their drivers should obtain commercial automobile coverage, like other livery and taxi services, to ensure that consumers are protected against unforeseen losses and injuries."
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