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Credit Karma: Please tell us how the auto insurance score is calculated
Dear Credit Karma,

Please explain to us how the auto insurance score is calculated. Specifically, please explain how the auto insurance score is different compared to the Transunion score, Vantage score, and Home insurance score calculations.

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Different algortihms are used for each and each highlights specifics details that tend to be indicators of specific behaviors. I can't link to it or this post will be held pending moderator approval but if you click on the "Learn More" link in each of the different score types (Vantage, TU, Auto Insurance and Home Insurance) and it will give you additional details about how and why the score is calculated and used.

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You need to ask Transunion how the auto-insurance score is calculated as they suppy all the credit scores and credit history that is displayed to you.  

you also might want to look at the following

www.transunion.com/corporate/business/solutions/insurance/insurance-risk-scores.page?ref=ac_ps

I'm thinking this basic information for the Transunion Auto Ins Score.  ( but I could be wrong )

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