Safeco RightTrack 4+

Safe driving rewards program

Safeco Insurance Company of America

    • 4.6 • 19.3K Ratings
    • Free

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The RightTrack® app is currently only available in select states. If you are interested in participating in Safeco RightTrack, contact your local independent Safeco Agent for more information. If you have already enrolled, simply download the app, register, and start driving your way to a lower premium.

Get rewarded for your safe driving with RightTrack, the program that puts you in control of your auto policy savings. You’ll get guaranteed savings just for participating and could save up to $513* on your auto insurance premium once you complete the program. It’s easy. Just download, drive, and save.

Over the 90-day review period, the RightTrack app automatically records your trips and will evaluate four key safe driving habits (acceleration, braking, miles driven and nighttime driving) to determine your savings. Within the app, you’ll be able to see your projected policy savings, a summary of your performance, and details for each trip.

*Projected savings based on the average premiums and vehicle participation rates of customers who completed the Safeco RightTrack plug-in program from October 2015 through June 2018.

What’s New

Version 3.89.46

Introducing dark mode support, as well as other minor updates and bug fixes to enhance your RightTrack experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
19.3K Ratings

19.3K Ratings

Truth Unchanged ,


I’ve been using this app for about a month now and am quite disappointed. I got the app when I first purchased out new car and activated it with 48 miles on our car. We now have over 2000 miles on our car and the app says we only have 1099 miles recorded. This seems like a pretty high margin of error. Also I am a professional driver and have been professionally trained in defensive drive with three separate certificates so I a very Cautious driver especially if there’s money on the line. I feel this app is very in accurate at judging braking and acceleration there have been quite a few incidents of braking that will show up when I know I didn’t do any hard breaking also I’ve even had it show hard breaking on the map where I wasn’t even driving also it’s starting to show acceleration incidents for seemingly no reason at all I have not changed my acceleration habits since I started driving even the few time I have accelerated quickly in the beginning to test the limitations of what I can do it never picked it up and I don’t even do that now. The only good thing I can say is it’s great to have the ability to save money. But, not if your losing money because of faulty results.

Pseudonym ,

Big Brother doesn’t know what a bus is

This is only my first week with the app (wow so many more left) and I’m already annoyed with it.
The major problems come from the fact Safeco wants to be big brother. Why does location need to always be on? You wanna stalk me?
This directly leads to my second major complaint. I don’t drive that much. I primarily take public transit. Its “smart technology” has no way to tell if I’m in a car or not so it records my trips on the bus or train. And because busses and trains makes stops (big surprise) it registers the multiple stops as different trips. So that means I’ve gotta go in each time and say, “no this train trip and this train trip (which were the same train trip) and this bus trip were not confirmed trips stop being dumb.”
But hey. I hear this is how I save money on car insurance. So that’s why it’s two stars because it might be worth it in the end.

Darkv1 ,

Poor app, worse “support”

This app and SafeCo’s “support” are garbage. Been using this app for about a month. App will routinely miss trips or only capture half of a given trip. App also seems to randomly generate braking and acceleration events. Have observed acceleration events being noted when stuck in slow but steady moving traffic. App also seems to think that gentle turns and braking events are the same thing. SafeCo’s “support” is really the frustrating part though. I had support verify that there are known issues with the Apple version of this app that can cause erroneous reports of braking and acceleration events. They removed an erroneous braking event and told me to call back in if I experienced any more. About a week later another drive with an erroneous braking and acceleration event occurred and I called in and was told the trip would be removed. The trip remained in the app and when I called back in an unhelpful supervisor named Jessica told me that they can’t remove trips and there was no record of my previous 2 call-ins. I doubt that continued good driving is going to even reach the initial 10% discount. Typical insurance bait and switch. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.

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:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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

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