Yes, if you become an Uber driver, you should inform your insurance company that you are using your vehicle for commercial purposes. Failing to do so could lead to your policy being voided or cancelled, and you may not be covered in the event of an accident or other incident while you are driving for Uber.
Many personal auto insurance policies do not cover commercial use, and some policies may specifically exclude coverage for ride-sharing services like Uber. In such cases, drivers may need to purchase additional Uber taxi insurance to ensure that they are protected while driving for Uber.
By informing your insurance company of your intention to drive for Uber, you can ensure that you have the right coverage in place and avoid any issues with your insurance policy.
It is always a good idea to review your insurance policy carefully to ensure that you understand the coverage and any exclusions or limitations that may apply when using your vehicle for commercial purposes. You can always check with a broker or your insurance provider to ensure that you have the right insurance coverage for your specific needs as an Uber driver.