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CHOICES

Auto, Homeowners, Medicare Supplement & Small Group Health Insurance Rate Comparison System

The Office of Insurance Regulation (Office) developed CHOICES to provide consumers with rate information for various types of insurance. This system demonstrates the importance of shopping for the best policy to suits your needs. CHOICES was originally created for homeowners insurance and modified to include auto insurance in 2013. Further enhancements to the system have expanded CHOICES to include both Medicare Supplement and small group health insurance.

The CHOICES tools for auto and homeowners insurance are based on three pre-defined model risk scenarios to provide the consumer with sample average rates in any Florida county. The CHOICES tools for both Medicare Supplement and small group health insurance are more interactive and allow the user to select options and enter specific criteria for calculation of rates for any county located in Florida.

All rates provided in the CHOICES system are for illustrative purposes only and consumers are encouraged to contact either an insurance agent or the insurance company for a premium quote based on their individual circumstances.

To begin, please click in one of the icon boxes below to start an active search:


Choices Auto Choices Home Medicare Small Group Health
Auto   Homeowners   Medicare
  Supplement  
  Small Group  
Health

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Disclaimer:

This information is intended to be used for illustrative purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of any particular insurance company or plan by the Office. Furthermore, the Office DOES NOT imply or guarantee that a company will sell insurance at the stated premium. Please verify all premium rates with the applicable carrier. Links to insurance company websites and other resources are given as a convenience to the user. The information on these independent sites cannot be verified as accurate by the Office.