LowestQuotes.com Reports Continued Decline in Auto Insurance Quotes
LowestQuotes.com, one of the largest online auto insurance comparison website in the United States, reports that auto insurance quotes are continuing to decrease depending on geographical location. The company’s “2009 Second Quarter Auto Insurance Pricing Report” indicates that the national decline in annual auto insurance premiums has continued with a 4.8% decrease in auto insurance quotes from 2008.
“Currently, we’re seeing a national average auto insurance premium of $1,541. That’s down from $1,622 in 2008, but it still varies considerably depending upon location and other factors,” says Robby Patil, Marketing Manager of LowestQuotes.com.
"Because auto insurance quotes vary considerably on a case-by-case basis, it’s essential to compare auto insurance quotes before making a purchase. LowestQuotes.com makes it easy for consumers to compare rates and buy the auto insurance policy that’s right for them.
Since 2003, LowestQuotes.com has been operating its free quote comparison service, allowing consumers nationwide to find the most competitive insurance auto insurance quotes. LowestQuotes.com utilizes a competitive bidding system to identify the most economical auto insurance quotes in the applicant’s state.
You could save an average of $451 at www.LowestQuotes.com.
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