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How do I find my Auto Insurance Score?
I know that my Auto Insurance bases my car insurance by my credit..but how do I find out what it is?

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click on car savings then insurance and it will show your score on the left side of screen.

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Credit Karma does list an Auto Insurance score from TransUnion. Once your logged onto Credit Karma, you can find your auto insurance score here: https://www.creditkarma.com/myfinances/score. The score may differ from what your auto insurance agent pulled due to the fact that you should also have an auto insurance score from Experian and Equifax as well.

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Can't see these scores anymore.

Is it still provided??

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