Daytona Beach, FL (PRWEB) April 05, 2014
Motor vehicle owners seeking insurance rates in FL can now use the quotation system built at the Auto Pros website. A new source of insurers providing discount auto insurance in Florida is now helping to quote plans this year at http://autoprosusa.com/insurance.
Drivers have the option of reviewing state minimum coverage that includes PIP coverage as well as more advanced types of plans that feature full coverage protection. The quotations that are now calculated are processed by each provider licensed in FL.
"Some of the agencies that are listed inside of our quotation tool provide more than competitive rates based on the cities where drivers use vehicles most often," said an Auto Pros company source.
The access granted to vehicle owners while using the lookup tool is now dependent on zip codes. These codes are designed to ensure that state level drivers can be matched with available insurers. A national search option is also offered during system use to find insurers licensed in FL to extend coverage.
"Our system is one of the Internet systems available to provide insurance rates to drivers and we're constantly adding new providers to keep the system fresh with available policy discounts," said the source.
The Auto Pros company website is now positioned to provide insurer rates for all 50 USA states. These rates are now modified to include car warranty policies that can be priced using the dedicated tool at http://autoprosusa.com/auto-warranty.
The AutoProsUSA.com company has remained one of the national sources that consumers can depend on for reviewing and comparing different insurance agencies this year. The development of digital platforms has created an easy way for the public to review current pricing from agencies. The AutoProsUSA.com company has developed different search solutions over the past 24 months that help consumers to research more than insurance products. All available vehicle services solutions are currently presented on the company homepage for easy consumer access this year.