The county by county research data that we're now providing the public can help someone to discover a low rate based only on a zip code.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2014
The rates that motorists can pay in states like California for insurance can be higher depending on different agencies, according to insurer data. The Quotes Pros company has now introduced a county search tool for California auto insurance prices at http://quotespros.com/auto-insurance.html.
The tool now available allows research to be conducted at the county level when a consumer enters their zip code into the secure database. The goal of this structured way to review insurer prices is to keep driver information private during the initial price discovery phase for policy research.
"The county by county research data that we're now providing the public can help someone to discover a low rate based only on a zip code," said a Quotes Pros source.
The insurer system that is now built into the QuotesPros.com website is helping consumers to price different plans for coverage regardless of their U.S. location. The pricing that exists for national coverage now extends beyond the state of California in the database.
"Car owners can use our system to search by county and by state by entering the requested information to start reviewing policies for certain coverage levels," said the source.
The Quotes Pros company is continuing to support its website visitors this year by extending the use of its search platform. The automotive coverage agencies that are quoting plans this year are now being combined with different agencies promoting life, renters, business or health insurance at http://quotespros.com/life-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company is now helping to issue rates for insurance packages that are offered by national companies on the Internet. The company developed its portal in 2013 and is now allowing access to price information. The QuotesPros.com company offers a one-click solution for verifying prices and other data that can help consumers to choose insurers in the U.S.