Insurers are now using more than just vehicle data to calculate the cost of a policy and we're giving consumers a simple way to connect with agency discounts.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
Price wars in the insurance industry have an advantage to consumers although not every person has access to accurate data when researching pricing. The Quotes Pros company is now teaching the public how to compare auto insurance using a virtual system that is offered free at http://quotespros.com/auto-insurance.html.
The system put into use this year has the capability to introduce plans for coverage to the public without the need to input mailing address data or other information concerning a vehicle type. The tool explores a national listing of companies and returns prices based on city and state information.
"Insurers are now using more than just vehicle data to calculate the cost of a policy and we're giving consumers a simple way to connect with agency discounts," said one Quotes Pros source.
The tools that are offered for usage this year include an automotive and motorcycle research center. The comparisons that are available for these two coverage types extends nationwide. A person with a foreign or domestic motor vehicle has the option to review price data from a selected list of providers.
"What our system is providing is one accurate way to explore annual and monthly insurer policy pricing using a simple online database," said the source.
The Quotes Pros company is now exploring the different formats for providing insurer price data through its databases this year. A modified portion of the database is now able to display rates packages for health, life and homeowner plans from agencies at http://quotespros.com/life-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company is one of the national sources to find insurance packages for a discount cost on the Internet. The company has programmed a database that is now easy to use to locate a source of rates data nationally. The QuotesPros.com company uses its technologies to update and to promote different packages that companies underwrite for American consumers each year.