The calendar now reads March and that means the national college basketball tournament, also known as “March Madness” will be starting soon. Two New Jersey teams – Seton Hall and Rutgers – will likely be invited to “The Dance” and New Jersey is home to many people who attended or are fans of, other schools who will be in The Tournament, such as Villanova, Notre Dame, and others.
What to Expect if Your Lyft or Uber Gets Into an Accident on the Way to “March Madness”
Going to a “March Madness” watch party is a lot of fun and so is watching the action at a favorite pub, bar, or brewery. I still recall the night Seton Hall played for the National Championship and I watched from a packed bar in Hoboken. But why drive? Play it safe and take a ride-share service such as Uber or Lyft.
Did you know that New Jersey law requires Uber and Lyft vehicles in the State to have $1.5 million dollars in liability and Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) insurance coverage??? That way, if you have the misfortune of being involved in a Lyft or Uber accident on your way to or from a game, you’re protected.
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