Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
Students who are attending college this year could save money on automobile insurance accessing the improved Quotes Pros website. New resources have been used to compile the average car insurance rates for college students inside the finder tool at http://quotespros.com/car-insurance.html.
Students can now access the rates information from national companies in the U.S. by using their university zip code. Agencies that specialize in specific areas of the country are now providing the rates information that is compiled to provide the averages.
"College students accessing our quotation system can immediately review price quotations and other information that is specific to insurers without entering vehicle identification numbers," said a Quotes Pros company source.
Planning for a future purchase for insurance is expected to be easier when accessing the modified search tool at the Quotes Pros company this year. Because rates of multiple agencies are provided, the ability for a student to explore a wider range of rates for comparison is now offered.
"The quotation tool that we've designed is available for any person with a valid city zip code to use when evaluating pricing and coverage options from insurers," said the source.
The Quotes Pros company has made changes to its platform for research to increase the policy types that are available to the public. The insurer finder tool that is now supplying average rates can be searched for life, auto, medical and renters insurance at http://quotespros.com/life-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company is promoting the new series of tools that are offered on the company website to educate consumers about different insurance agency premiums available in North America. This company has a staff of researchers helping to supply portions of the content consumers now access on the QuotesPros.com website. The agency pricing and policy information now presented to the public is accurate and expected to provide better sources of independent research for the public when evaluating and comparing agencies providing coverage plans.