Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 14, 2014
Statewide prices can be different when compared to national prices for insurance, according to newly released industry data. The Quotes Pros company is now helping the public by displaying auto insurance rates through its car insurance calculator system by state for motorists at http://quotespros.com/auto-insurance.html.
The state policy prices that any person has access to while using the new system are provided by licensed companies across the U.S. While the system is designed to make research easier, consumers can still customize a plan to further alter a quoted price directly with each insurer selected.
"The displayed prices by state that our system presents are based on zip codes and drivers will be asked to enter this information when using our calculator," said one Quotes Pros rep.
One aspect of the insurance industry that can be confusing to motorists is the types of coverage packages that are available. Because many states now require specific dollar amounts in a policy, state level pricing is now supplied for liability and other plans that drivers can quote online.
"The accurate calculator that exists inside of our tool on the company website displays the exact prices that a person will pay when a specific policy is selected," said the rep.
The Quotes Pros company is expected to update its provider list before the close of this year with many new companies that are competing for low priced policies. The current system gives access to life, health, motorcycle, renters and business insurance plans that are quoted at http://quotespros.com/motorcycle-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company is helping the American public to find out the true costs of vehicle insurance using its defined system on the Internet. The free tool that is available on the homepage finds rates nationally or by state. The QuotesPros.com comparison finder is now available to use and includes alternative plans of coverage that agencies underwrite including life, homeowners and health plans for the public.