Can I shop for auto insurance on Credit Karma?
Where are the rates coming from?
By combining public insurance rate filings in your state with credit, vehicle and other Credit Karma data, we can show you what you could pay across the top carriers in your state. We’ll show you pricing estimates based on other members with similar profiles. The rates you see here are estimates, not quotes, and what you pay will likely differ somewhat because of each insurer's unique formula. You can also see how certain changes, like speeding tickets or an increase in credit score, could impact the price of your insurance policy.
Where did the pre-filled personal details come from?
When you shop for auto insurance on Credit Karma, you’ll notice that information has been pre-filled for you.
Our goal is to help you understand how much people pay by using information that’s already part of your Credit Karma profile, including information you entered during registration and information pulled from your TransUnion credit report.
How do I edit existing my existing policy details?
Once you input your existing policy information, you won't be able to edit it.
I applied for a new auto insurance policy after looking on Credit Karma and the rate is different from what I saw on Credit Karma. What’s going on?
We use public insurance rate filings in your state to estimate what an insurer might charge someone with your similar credit profile.
The rates you see here are estimates, not quotes, and what you pay will likely differ somewhat because of each insurer's unique formula.
Why am I not seeing things I would usually see on an insurance form? Don’t you need to see claim or violation information?
Currently, we don't support all factors that could impact your insurance. The insurance estimates you see on Credit Karma take number of drivers, claims, and violations into consideration.