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Car insurance quote system is now showcasing state level discounts from agencies at the website. The system can be searched at

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

The research required to find most state level insurance agencies can be difficult for the average person to conduct. The Quotes Pros company is now helping to discover state discounts through its car insurance quote finder installed for usage at

The finder system is now a part of the tools that can be accessed daily by the public when visiting the Quotes Pros website. A new assortment of companies that are available to sort by state are now in place inside of the finder database. By entering their zip codes, drivers can find nearly any price for an insurance plan.

"The statewide database that we've introduced for the public to explore includes rates information from some of the most well known insurance companies in the USA," said a source.

The finder is now connected to a number of companies that help to broaden the exploration that consumers can complete this year. Instead of limiting the price types to only liability, the system helps motorists to connect with full coverage, high risk and collector plans as well.

"Finding a price that is lower than the national average for insurance is possible using our website due to the brokerage data that is supplied," the source included.

The Quotes Pros website search tools that are available to access now present price data for different plans that companies are underwriting. To go with the auto insurance pricing, exact annual price quotes for life, health and homeowner policies can be explored at


The company is now providing a nationwide, local and state level insurer lookup system on its homepage this year. The public has access to the professional tools that find low cost insurance packages in the U.S. The company provides free of charge information to consumers when researching and quoting nearly any type of coverage plan that exists for purchase. New agents are included in the rates system regularly.

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