Increase in Auto Insurance Quotes Worries Financially Strapped Drivers

Chicago, IL (PressExposure) March 22, 2009 -- It is an unfortunate statistic; as the recession progresses, consumers are facing an increase in auto insurance quotes along with rising unemployment rates. And in response, thousands of drivers in the United States are choosing to cancel their auto insurance policies and drive uninsured.

This trend is increasing at an alarming rate, and law enforcement and insurance companies both agree that there will be more reports of accidents where one of the drivers are uninsured. Uninsured drivers, according to a report from the Insurance Information Institute, are more susceptible to automobile accidents, as they are 10 times more likely to be involved in one. And with more uninsured accidents comes a rise in auto insurance quotes for drivers who have a car insurance policy.

Any driver who is thinking about cancelling their car insurance policy and drive uninsured because they can’t afford an expensive policy needs to know that there are affordable car insurance rates out there. Although it is possible to find affordable auto insurance, it takes some time and research before they find the right coverage for their needs. InsuranceAgents.com’s “Uninsured Drivers Cause Auto Insurance Quotes To Increase” aims to help drivers find the right insurance rate and coverage for their needs by providing resources to help them find a professional auto insurance agent.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 19, 2009 at 7:47 am
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