Car owners who prefer short or long-term leases can now receive protection through the gap based plans that are quoted through our website
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 28, 2015
Negative equity is one issue that some motorists can experience when under the terms of a lender lease or loan agreement in the U.S. The Insurance Pros company is now supplying access to quote loan/lease payoff insurance through its database to provide a way to protect motorists through gap plans at http://insuranceprosusa.com/auto-insurance.html.
The payoff coverage quotes that are now supplied through the ISP website are expected to provide a way for vehicle owners to receive protection from refinancing, late fees or delinquent payments as a result of negative vehicle equity. Due to changes in the marketplace, interest rates can rise making the total amount of a loan or lease more than the estimated value of a vehicle.
"Car owners who prefer short or long-term leases can now receive protection through the gap based plans that are quoted through our website," said one Insurance Pros rep.
The quotes for loan/lease payoff insurance that are now being supplied are one example of new policies that consumers can explore at the Insurance Pros website for the remainder of 2015. Bodily injury coverage and general liability plans have also been added and are being offered by new companies this year.
"We have added a range of new agencies to give consumers the most options when conducting independent research for vehicle coverage," the rep included.
The Insurance Pros company is expected to make a major revision to its web database in the fall of this year. This revision will make it a much faster process to quote small business insurance and other commercially available protection plans across the country.
The InsuranceProsUSA.com company offers access to its growing database of American insurers on its website each day to thousands of consumers. The company showcases the protection plans that agencies are provided nationwide. The InsuranceProsUSA.com company removes and adds to its groups of companies each month of the year to maintain an accurate database.