Google offering multiple types of Insurance

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Google has come out with a new platform for buying auto insurance, motorcycle insurance, Life insurance, health insurance, home insurance, small business insurance, and travel insurance.According to Compare.com, their site “allows drivers to customize their auto insurance policy using a single online form – guiding them through the process the entire time – and immediately returns multiple accurate, personalized quotes from licensed auto insurance companies.”As we know with Google, they are great search and data providers.  Compare’s FAQ states the “quotes are a true “apples to apples” comparison because the insurance companies available through Compare.com consider the exact same driver and vehicle information in order to quote a price. Site users can compare the provided quotes, and then one click will allow them to purchase that policy directly from their chosen insurer.”

Compare.com is free – consumers do not pay any fees or increased premiums because they found a car insurance policy through the site.  If you find a car insurance policy that’s right for you, Compare earns a referral fee from the insurance company.

Consumers can get quotes for different types of insurance in 48 states.

We are excited to see what this new Google product does to the insurance sector as it will lower expenses and hopefully pass the savings on to customers.   Please Contact Us and let us know if you see good results as we will share the good news with our InsuranceShark followers.

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  • Thanks for the concepts you have shared here. On top of that, I believe usually there are some factors that will keep your insurance premium all the way down. One is, to think about buying cars that are inside good directory of car insurance organizations. Cars which are expensive tend to be at risk of being lost. Aside from that insurance coverage is also based on the value of the car, so the higher in price it is, then higher a premium you only pay.

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