Looking up insurance rates using non-sensitive consumer data is a new way to provide a sense of security for the public.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
Bike owners who own vintage or recently built motorcycles in used condition can now depend on an automated process for reviewing insurance policies online. The Quotes Pros company launched its motorcycle insurance lookup tool for preowned bike owners this month at http://quotespros.com/motorcycle-insurance.html.
The direct cost of policies that insurers underwrite is now displayed for a person who makes entry into the programmed search tool this year. Instead of collecting a driver's license data, the system collects a zip code that matches the current mailing address of a bike owner in the U.S.
"Looking up insurance rates using non-sensitive consumer data is a new way to provide a sense of security for the public," said a Quotes Pros rep.
The used motorcycle insurance policies that are calculated upon system use of the Quotes Pros website this year are not limited to state minimum coverage. Since some vehicle owners prefer more than basic coverage, a full coverage and accessories rates package can be requested in the system.
"The system we've built is automatically connected to national underwriters of insurance plans to make it simpler for a person to obtain the right level of coverage for an affordable price," the rep included.
The Quotes Pros company is in the process of updating its insurer database to feature more than motorcycle or strictly automotive based coverage policies. A consumer will now have the option to search for health insurance at http://quotespros.com/health-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company is an independent source providing consumers with a defined method of sorting through insurance agency pricing using its streamlined tools. The company has a search staff who helps update the website to make it friendly to visitors. The QuotesPros.com website now features one of the easiest to use quotation platforms that discover rates drops and other packages that insurers are now promoting nationally.