JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Did you know you have an auto score?
According to creditkarma.com, it's calculated by analyzing information in your credit history. It can help auto insurers determine your rates and the risk to insure you.
So, how do you improve it? Credit Karma says to pay your bills on time and don't carry high balances on your credit cards (relative to your available limit).
If you are interested in learning more about your auto score, visit the Credit Karma website.
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