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Yes. The most popular way to compare insurance coverage is through online calculators, often through insurance firms, that provide free quotes. This process allows customers to compare and determine which product fits their needs best.
While new online brokers are a growing trend, well-established insurance firms are likely to continue providing quality products in the future, with comparative rates and online services.
The cost of insurance premiums varies on the specific plan, coverage type, and customer’s information and doesn’t typically depend on whether the product is bought online. It’s easier to find affordable rates online by comparing different brokers, which is quick and easy and can lead to better rates.
In most cases, yes. Licensed insurance agents offer advice and suggestions for clients through online chat services, email, or phone.