Despite new regulations approved at the state level for commercial rideshare companies such as Uber, Lyft and Sidecar, how users of such services should be insured remains an open question. A recent fatal crash involving an Uber driver highlights this thorny issue. Worse yet, an announcement from the state Department of Insurance warned that insured drivers are not covered if they provide rides for a cost, and no collision coverage is required under the new regulations. In response, Lyft will add coverage for underinsured drivers, though no health coverage will be given to crash victims. Uber has provided similar coverage options since last December, while Sidecar has yet to offer such.