(PRWEB) June 18, 2013
lnsure.org, a new online resource (click here to visit the website), offers American households an easy way to find insurance quotes from local providers.
"Insurance costs American households a tremendous amount of money, and savvy buyers know to compare their options before making any purchases," said the website representative. "We offer free insurance information and an incredibly simple way to get accurate insurance quotes without paying anything. Anyone looking for insurance should consider using our tool for fast, no-risk insurance quotes from some of the largest providers in the United States."
The site is especially helpful for drivers. According to representatives of this website, many American drivers overpay for their insurance policies because they misunderstand the techniques that carriers use to decide rates.
"Modern insurance companies use actuarial tables to assess risk. Drivers can take advantage of the different ways that insurers interpret these tables by comparing their insurance options," said the website representative. "Our tool gives drivers an incredibly easy way to compare costs and to choose an appropriate policy. Many of our visitors save hundreds of dollars per year by comparing costs before buying their policies."
Drivers can also use the tool to compare different types of insurance policies in order to make better decisions about their coverage and deductibles. Most states do not require sufficient coverage limits to cover all of the costs of an accident, and knowledgeable drivers can keep themselves protected on the road by buying insurance policies intelligently.
"It's important to get a good rate, but it's more important to get adequate coverage," said the website representative. "Whether our visitors need car insurance, homeowner's insurance, life insurance or health insurance, we offer an excellent set of tools for getting accurate, reliable insurance information. It's an efficient way to compare options and an excellent means of reducing any household's monthly insurance bills."