|Meals-shipping firm UberEats has partnered with wellknown coverage issuer Tata AIG to offer complete insurance covers for its transport executives in India.
The programme insures the executives for as much as Rs 5 lakh in opposition to unintentional loss of life and permanent incapacity, relevant when they’re on the road handing over orders for UberEats.
The coverage also presents a cowl of Rs 2 lakh towards hospitalisation charges and an outpatient cover of Rs 50,000 in line with shipping agent.
UberEats Clone Script declined to comment on the wide variety of delivery executives at the platform, industry assets peg the firm’s India fleet to be over 12,000.
UberEats said it’s miles growing its fleet size by approximately 70% every month.
The insurance programme will cover all riders across the 29 Indian cities UberEats is found in.
“even as the programme presently offers accidental insurance, we’re taking into consideration extending it to regions referring to life and health insurance… We are also going for walks small pilots to negotiate term rules for dealers of their man or woman capability, at attractive charges because of the dimensions of UberEats’ platform,” stated Deepak Reddy, head of important operations, UberEats India.
UberEats clocks over three million month-to-month orders and has been incentivising both clients and restaurants because it seems to scale aggressively in a market dominated through Swiggy and Zomato