Supporting Your Commitment to Making Smart, Safe Choices
How does the car you're considering for purchase (or already own) stack up in terms of overall safety and cost to insure?
Our car safety score card can help. It's based on recent insurance claims data across 6 categories provided by Highway Loss Data Insurance (HLDI)1 reports. The scorecard compares hundreds of vehicles against an average, indicating how a vehicle may perform based on cost of collision, personal injury liability and medical, and other losses including theft. This is the same kind of information insurers consider when determining auto insurance rates.
Owning a vehicle with safety features could also lead to a lower rate on your auto insurance policy. We offer insurance savings for standard features such as anti-theft systems and anti-lock brakes, as well as innovative features including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and collision preparation systems. A Liberty Mutual representative can help you understand how these results may influence your insurance costs and provide you with ways to lower your premiums.
Find out how your car scores:
Scores and Evaluation for:
Property Damage Liability
Personal Injury Protection
Bodily Injury Liability
How scoring works:
100 represents the average result for all vehicles
1Please note that not all makes and models are available for rating. Some vehicles are not fully evaluated because they have insufficient data. The Highway Loss Data Institute is a nonprofit public service organization funded by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety which conducts research on automobile and highway safety. Liberty Mutual is an active supporter of both organizations.