Ten years have passed since the Web made its debut, threatening to eliminate intermediaries in the insurance sales process. But, after all these years, only a small percentage of insurance consumers actually purchase their policies online.The Internet has evolved, however, and it serves an important role in insurance.

These are the findings of a recent survey of personal auto insurance policyholders conducted by Celent LLC, a Boston-based financial services research and advisory firm.

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