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Wise Insurance Quotes Survey Reveals Three-Quarters of Drivers Admit to Accidents

A new Wise Insurance Quotes survey shows that almost three quarters of all drivers admit to being in a car accident.

Aug 19 2013, 5:13am CDT | by PR.com

Las Vegas, NV, August 19, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Almost three out of four drivers admit to being in a car accident some time during their time behind the wheel, according to a just released WiseInsuranceQuotes.com survey.

Insurance companies blame poor driving for higher car insurance rates, and judging from the new survey carriers have good reason for concern. Some 71% of respondents said they had been in an auto accident.

High accident rates, especially in many urban areas across the U.S. have caused car insurance premiums to rise substantially in some cases by as much as 125% in just over a year. Rising insurance rates have triggered a massive movement by consumers to search for lower car insurance quotes online.

Studies show that the majority of drivers over-pay for car insurance, and are able to reduce their premiums shopping for better rates online. Wise Insurance Quotes provides an interactive panel to quickly shop for lower car insurance quotes from hundreds of insurance carriers across the U.S. online.

Wise Insurance Quotes is an independent news website that is set apart from the industry, offering insurance news to help consumers make better decisions on car insurance, homeowners coverage, life and even renters insurance to save money. The website is owned by a small company that is not part of the insurance industry and has no conflict of interest, enabling consumers to search and compare insurance coverage, insurance quotes and check out all the competition before even contacting an insurance agent.

Contact Information:
Wise Insurance Quotes
Mike Colpitts
702 688 3714
Contact via Email
www.wiseinsurancequotes.com

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