After being limited to California since it first launched in 2019, Tesla Insurance has been expanding rapidly in recent months.
In October and then December, the product was added in Texas and Illinois.
Now owners in two new states can apply for Tesla Insurance.
According to an update to the website this morning, Tesla Insurance is now also available in Arizona and Ohio, bringing the total number of states with the product to five. (h/t: @SawyerMerritt)
With the launch, owners in these states can get “competitive rates” by allowing Tesla to analyze real-time driving behaviours.
Some of the factors considered include Forward Collision Warnings, Hard Braking, Aggressive Turning, and more.
These are then used to determine your Safety Score, which then determines how much you will pay each month for your insurance.
We first learned these two states would be getting Tesla Insurance last month.
It is believed as many as eight will offer Tesla Insurance by March 31, 2022.
Many more owners will soon be able to view their Safety Score, even if Tesla Insurance isn’t offered where they live.
In an effort to promote safer driving, Elon Musk said yesterday he would make the tool available to all owners.