Yes, veterans can get a discount on car insurance from several major car insurance companies, including Geico, Farmers, and USAA. Veteran car insurance discounts save eligible drivers up to 15% on their car insurance premium, depending on the company, and drivers in some states can save even more.
In Louisiana, car insurance companies are required to provide full-time active duty military personnel with a 25% discount. Many insurers also offer additional savings to members of affiliated military groups such as the American Military Retirees Association.
Car Insurance Companies With Veteran Discounts
Rather than offering a military discount by name, USAA and Armed Forces Insurance exclusively serve the military community and are among the cheapest insurers for servicemembers. Additionally, USAA provides 15% off comprehensive insurance for policyholders who garage their vehicle on a military base during deployment.
In order to receive a military/veteran car insurance discount, you need to call the insurance company to verify your military status and receive a customized quote. To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to military car insurance.
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