Headquartered in San Francisco, Noblr combines insurance and technology to deliver a new customer experience for the modern insurance shopper. While tech-driven insurance isn’t a completely new idea, Noblr bucks tradition in that it’s an app-based insurance company. Though other insurers have not shied away from making telematics and usage-based insurance available to their customers, most of their business still relies on the more traditional model of policyholders paying a fixed amount in premiums during the policy period.
Currently available in Arizona, Colorado, Ohio, and Texas — with plans to expand throughout the rest of the US — Noblr calculates part of your premium based on driving data acquired through its mobile app. Noblr is most similar to Root in that each insurer relies on an app to collect real-time data on users' driving behavior to price them accordingly. Unlike Root, however, Noblr doesn’t require a test drive, nor does it impose a short trial before customers can enroll.
In our Noblr auto insurance review, we’ll cover all the important stuff you need to know — like coverage options, discounts, and customer satisfaction ratings. Learn more below.