What’s an insurance score and why does it matter?

An insurance score is a way of predicting how likely you are to have an accident or claim. Although it is similar to a credit score, insurance companies use the insurance score to analyze your financial history differently than a bank or lender would. Insurers can’t deny you a policy based solely on insurance score, but it can affect your insurance rate.

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