CNN — Wal-Mart will soon start offering auto insurance nationwide.
The nation's largest retailer announced Wednesday it is partnering with autoinsurance.com to provide customers with "A one stop shop" for their auto insurance needs.
Wal-Mart will not sale insurance itself.
Wal-Mart will also promote the service through displays in its stores.
The service is already available in eight states including Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.
Wal-Mart plans a nationwide rollout in the coming months.