More consumers have car loans now than at any time since the Great Recession, but delinquency remains low.
Data firm's insurance arm reveals app that aims to prevent smartphone-related car accidents among teens.
TransUnion reports 157 million consumers had credit cards in 2014.
Credit data firm will make scores available to those who sign up for credit tracking services.
Mortgage delinquencies set to drop to lowest point since Q3 2007.
Average loan balance rises from $16,694 to $17,090.
TransUnion reports rate of delinquent auto loans rises by 9% in the second quarter.
Younger consumers continue to have lower debt levels.
Borrowers under the age of 30 have the lowest mortgage delinquency rate of all borrowers.
More than half respondents say auto loans present the best opportunity for growth. Credit executives say regulatory burden is their biggest growth challenge.