AccuRate Insurance Agency, a specialist provider of Auto Insurance, Business and Home Insurance, recently launched a new agency website, designed with a variety of interactive features that include onsite glossaries, maps and driving directions, in addition to multiple forms of contact.
The new website has been developed to cover a number of insurance types, including Illinois and Missouri SR22.
The company, which has built a reputation as a reputable provider of the lowest rates for Illinois and Missouri Liability, provides full coverage SR22 Insurance and runs on the philosophy that insurance buying experience should be simple and as uncomplicated for customers as possible.
Building on this very commitment, AccuRate Insurance Agency revamped the interactive website to offer customers rates from more than 200 different insurance companies. This allows customers to browse and go with an insurance type that best suits their needs and rates.
The aim of the setting up the website was also to make it possible for insurance shoppers to benefit from the ease of doing business over the Internet, while taking advantage of the personalized service offerings of the company.
The new website will provide insurance customers with an extensive source of insurance information and services. For more detailed information, customers can browse through a number of useful articles and look up the comprehensive insurance glossary posted on the site.
The aim of these resources is to deliver detailed information on questions pertaining to SR22, auto insurance and emergency roadside service.
Furthermore, visitors can easily submit quotes and submit requests such as policy changes, payments, and insurance claims via a fully featured customer service portal.
For the latest news, customers can visit the News Room section of the website.
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Edited by Braden Becker