Safeco Mobile 4+

Safeco Insurance Company of America

Designed for iPad

    • Free



Get the Safeco mobile app, your one-stop insurance resource. Log in fast and securely with Touch ID or Face ID. Access ID cards with one touch. Manage your policy or claim from anywhere, at any time.


Take care of what’s important, quickly and easily.

- Access ID cards and save them to your Apple Wallet
- Get to know your coverages and receive customized recommendations
- Pay your bill with credit/debit cards and manage automatic payments
- Easily contact your Safeco agent for assistance
- Save money with our safe driving program (in most states)


Find on-the-go help in the moments that matter.

- Tap to call for Roadside Assistance
- File a claim and get real-time status updates
- Upload pictures of damage and get a repair estimate quickly
- Schedule a damage review or request a rental vehicle
- View estimates, track repairs, and review claims payments

What’s New

Version 4.16.1

No major updates to report. We addressed some bugs and made minor enhancements to the app to keep things running smoothly.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
144.7K Ratings

144.7K Ratings

chsrles m ,

Enjoying perusing safeco’s app

I received a notification concerning our insurance policy including the contracts detailing our partnership with safeco.
I logged on and was directed to change the password. I followed the simple instructions and perfected that task.
I was also advised to download the app. I’m getting my arms around it. So far ive been able to peruse the documents without glitches.
I’m going to take this opportunity to drill down and familiarize myself with the details. I’n looking forward gain command of the coverage that I’m paying and determining if any adjustments are needed.
I’d like to laud safeco for your fine service accommodating our insurance requirements on our home and numerous vehicles. You’ve always been there for us. I’m mindful of that reality and sincerely grateful that you welcomed us into your fold and have
faithfully stood by us all of these years. For that we’re grateful and we you a tremendous debt of gratitude. I pray that our association and business bond continues through perpetuity.
Kind regards,
eternally Charles m,carlos g m, marcelo d, Jonathan e, monica s, my mother and her husband giacomo & monica grippi.
Feel good about a fantastic job done..cmh..

Riskxpert ,

Right Track is seriously flawed

Right Track purports to evaluate your driving. Its algorithm requires your precise location. Right Track does not function unless you give it this permission. One would think, therefore, that Right Track would know when you were on an actual road as opposed to, for example, a mountain trail, a ski run, or a body of water. I found out the hard way that it doesn’t. My Right Track “evaluation” includes skiing, running downhill and boating. I admit that I’ve had to make some sudden stops while on skiis but I think it’s rather unfair that this should affect my auto insurance premium. The algorithm furthermore does not know if you are on a curvey pot-holed road or a freeway. It does not know if you are driving with snow or ice on the road or a clean dry surface. It does not know if you are in rush hour traffic or an open highway. It does not know if you’ve been caught in a sudden deluge of rain or an unexpected gust of wind. It doesn’t even know if you are traveling uphill, downhill or level. How can Safeco can know the quality of your driving without knowing the conditions under which you are driving. In fact, it doesn’t even know if you are driving, skiing, running or boating.

elfack ,

Right Track is woefully inaccurate

Avoid using. The app uses GPS data to track acceleration and braking. Insurance rates aren’t determined by your actual driving record, but rather by isolated data points that don’t account for road conditions, amount of traffic, or the fact that as a driver much of what you do is in response to other drivers’ actions. To make matters worse, the app consistently records hard braking or rapid acceleration when no such thing has occurred. It definitely does not measure whether or not you are a “safe driver.” It doesn’t even accurately measure the level of risk of risk that the company is taking on when they insure you. For example, if someone runs stop lights, that’s totally fine, just so long as they brake incredibly gently. If someone stops abruptly in front of you or cuts into your lane, then your score takes a significant hit because you responded appropriately. And there’s no way to raise your score. Once your score drops a percentage point, no amount of “good” driving will raise it, you’ve merely lowered the ceiling on your score, which will be used as justification to raise rates in the future.

App Privacy

The developer, Safeco Insurance Company of America, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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