Tesla Insurance Customers Can Now Add Their Insurance Cards to Apple Wallet

Telsa car owners who have auto insurance through the electric vehicle company are now able to link their Tesla insurance cards directly to Apple Wallet, providing more accessible access to the cards on the iPhone and Apple Watch.


As part of an update to the Tesla app yesterday on the App Store, the company has introduced support for Apple Wallet into its app. Tesla car owners will be able to add their insurance card to Apple Wallet by heading into the app, tapping their profile photo, heading into Account, Insurance, Manage Tabs, and Documents.


Tesla launched its own insurance offerings in California several years ago, and began to expand to additional states late last year. Tesla insurance is now available in a handful of states, with the company saying it hopes to offer it in most U.S. states by the end of the year as it gains approval on a state-by-state basis.

In states other than California, Tesla offers insurance based on real-time collection of driving data, determining premiums by factoring in how much you drive and a Safety Score that incorporates five different factors to gauge how safely you drive.

The Tesla app can be found for free on the ‌App Store‌ [Direct Link].

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Top Rated Comments

alexandr Avatar
27 months ago
But you still can't add CarPlay to your Tesla :)
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
boss.king Avatar
27 months ago
From everything I've heard about the admin side of Telsa, I'd be pretty weary of trusting them with insurance.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
_Spinn_ Avatar
27 months ago
I'm always happy to hear more support for Wallet. Now if they will add support for CarKey and AirPlay...
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
27 months ago

From everything I've heard about the admin side of Telsa, I'd be pretty weary of trusting them with insurance.
It's a good start. Next up might be the Apple car key. Apple Music would be a nice addition.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dontwalkhand Avatar
27 months ago

It's a good start. Next up might be the Apple car key. Apple Music would be a nice addition.
Apple Music first. The car key can wait since the app handles that pretty well.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
crisss1205 Avatar
27 months ago

I don't see electric cars taking off until the issue of batteries is resolved. Having a car totaled after only 8-10 years because the battery is worn out is horrible. 22k for a replacement battery is like 3 engine AND transmission replacements.

In addition, as soon as its cold out battery levels drop sometimes to double digits. (in extremely cold areas). Nothing is close in terms of energy capacity per unit then gas and even more so diesel.
You are assuming that a battery will die after 8-10 years and that it would be $22k for a replacement.

Battery warranties are 8-10 years depending on the manufacturer and yes a $120k car will have a $22k battery replacement if you dont live in a service area, but that is proportional to the cost of the car.

A battery replacement on an entry level Tesla is not close to $22k and a battery replacement on a VW is not close either.
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