June 9, 2024 — Featured News

Appearing in The New York Times on June 9, 2024, Kashmir Hill quotes NCLC Senior Attorney Chi Chi Wu in coverage of an auto insurance industry trend to collect data on driver habits and produce driver scores.

While you can see your credit score, you will have a harder time finding out what your driving score is. But auto insurance companies can get it — and that could affect the rate you pay.

The law requires consumer reporting agencies such as Arity to make efforts to ensure that their data is accurate.

“They need to have procedures to figure out when the app is collecting data about you as the driver versus the passenger.”

Chi Chi Wu, senior attorney at the National Consumer Law Center

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