Arizona Car Insurance Quotes Comparison Page Built Announces InsuranceSourcer.com, One of the Web's Leading Insurance Comparison Websites

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InsuranceSourcer.com, one of the web's leading insurance comparison websites, announces it recently launched a special webpage dedicated to Arizona car insurance quotes comparison.

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InsuranceSourcer.com, one of the web's leading insurance comparison websites, recently launched a special site dedicated to Arizona car insurance.

The site, located at http://www.insurancesourcer.com/compare-online/auto-insurance-arizona/, is part of InsuranceSourcer's broader plan to give drivers in all states a focused, local way to compare valid auto insurance policies.

Arizona car insurance laws require $15,000 in bodily injury liability per person for two people, $30,000 total in bodily injury coverage. Drivers also need $10,000 in property damage liability Arizona car insurance. Drivers who do not maintain adequate insurance policies could face license suspensions and invalidated vehicle registrations, which often cost serious time and money to counteract.

"We want to help drivers find affordable mandatory coverage, but we also want to give drivers options for extra coverage that they might not consider otherwise," said a representative of InsuranceSourcer.com. "Arizona drivers in areas like Phoenix's East Valley typically spend a lot of time on the road commuting, so we make it easy to find comprehensive and collision Arizona car insurance coverage. Many drivers are also concerned about their own medical bills and their passengers' medical costs, so we offer information about personal injury protection coverage. Drivers who read about all of their Arizona car insurance options are much more likely to find satisfactory policies."

In the 1990s and early 2000s, most drivers paid Arizona car insurance agents to collect quotes from major providers in order to compare their insurance options. This often resulted in frustration and high rates as many drivers would not shop around, fearing high quote collection costs. Insurance quotes dropped significantly as more drivers began using the Internet to find insurance quotes instead of depending on private insurance agencies.

Websites like InsuranceSourcer.com have effectively revolutionized the Arizona car insurance industry. The website works directly with major insurance carriers like Allstate®, Progressive, Geico, Esurance®, AARP® and Nationwide to collect accurate quotes that apply directly to Arizona car insurance buyers.

Visitors to the website need to enter their zip codes to receive free quotes. Insurance providers use zip codes and other basic driver information to estimate the likelihood of specific types of accidents, and since dedicated insurance websites can now handle these types of actuarial calculations electronically, websites like InsuranceSourcer.com can easily provide accurate quotes from reliable insurance providers in a matter of seconds.

"Many of our customers are surprised at how fast the quote-gathering process can be," said the InsuranceSourcer.com representative. "Arizona car insurance buyers can often cut their rates by 20 percent or more just by checking our website several times per year and after any major policy changes. It's the fastest way to find accurate local quotes, and by offering an Arizona-specific version of our website, we make the process even easier."

"Drivers in Arizona don't spend a lot of time thinking about their auto insurance policies, but our resources make it easy to stay up to date and to avoid expensive Arizona auto insurance policies that don't provide adequate coverage," the representative added.

InsuranceSourcer.com provides accurate insurance quotes to drivers in all 50 states. The website works with some of the top carriers in the United States to give drivers a reliable resource for well-designed auto insurance coverage. For more information on the company's services, drivers can visit InsuranceSourcer.com.

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