IFA Insurance Company Begins Writing Private Passenger Auto Insurance Policies in the State of Pennsylvania

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IFA Insurance Company announced today that they have written their first private passenger Auto Insurance policies in the state of Pennsylvania. IFA plans to attract Pennsylvania drivers with their low rates, their quick and easy insurance quote web site, and their friendly customer service.

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IFA Insurance Company, a leading Auto Insurance carrier, has announced that they are now writing private passenger auto insurance in the state of Pennsylvania. IFA has been writing low rate auto insurance in New Jersey since 1972, and their move into Pennsylvania is the first step in an expansion for the insurance company. IFA is an auto insurance company known for their low rates, cutting edge web technology, and friendly customer service.

David Walsh, President of IFA Insurance Company, expects Pennsylvania residents to welcome IFA to the insurance marketplace. "I am confident that our easy to use web portal at IFAAuto.com will gain the attention of the Pennsylvania driver. We make comparing auto insurance quotes quick and easy. We are very excited to become a leading provider of auto insurance in the state of Pennsylvania."

IFA Insurance Company is an independent, property-casualty insurer located in Clark, New Jersey. IFA specializes in New Jersey Auto Insurance and Pennsylvania Auto Insurance. IFA has been an auto insurance specialist since 1972. While a number of other high profile auto insurance companies have abandoned the state of New Jersey in the past, IFA has remained a dedicated provider. IFA provides Instant Auto Quotes on their web site in as little as 60 seconds.

Setting up a low rate NJ Auto Insurance or PA Auto Insurance policy can be completed on-line at http://www.ifaauto.com, or can be completed by phone with an IFA specialist at 877-432-0292.

For additional information about IFA Insurance Company contact Ken Conklin by phone at 877-432-2277.

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