After studying individual state and consumer statistics and the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics’ yearly reports, is expanding its auto quote service nationwide.

The auto insurance division at had exclusively served residents of California for the last 10 years.

"There are almost 200 million drivers in the United States, and 1 in 7 drivers don't have insurance," said Rachel Freshour, VP of "We've got a lot of ground to cover, but offering the nation access to our lowest quotes is a step in the right direction." said it has tailored its offerings and improvements based on the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics’ yearly city, state and national crime index, which includes but is not limited to auto thefts, fatal accidents, thefts and unemployment.

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