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Google Rolls Out Auto Insurance Search in France without Announcement



The search giant, Google, has already been expanding their business into auto industry for a while with an investment in driver-less cars and not a defector standard navigation maps for portable devices.

A few days ago Google launched a price comparison service for insurances in France, adding to existing services in the U.K. and Germany.  It is however, limited to only seven companies at this time: 4assur, AllSecur (Allanz), Acomme Assure, Aloa Assurances (Covéa), Active Assurances et SOS Malus.  An open invitation is available through a link for other insurance companies who would like to join.

In comparison, the service in the U.K. is already a huge success with 128 participating insurers.  This is a very welcoming news for the consumers in France and a bad news for the insurance companies as the timing of the launch is perfect with a new law going in effect, allowing policy holders to cancel the contract anytime after one year.

The new service went live without any marketing or announcement from Google as it is still under beta.  Hopefully, Google can add to its list more countries to benefit the consumers.

Google Rolls Out Auto Insurance Search in France without Announcement Reviewed by Blogs on 11:49 PM Rating: 5

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