Are members of the National Guard eligible for insurance discounts
UPDATED: Jun 29, 2015
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Asked June 29, 2015
To show appreciation, insurance companies often offer a special discount to members of the military. With discounts of up to 15 percent off the total premium, your car insurance cost could be significantly reduced. The military discount is available to members of the National Guard with most insurance companies.
The amount of the discount can vary among different providers. It may be based on factors such as your military status and rank. A discount also may be available for other family members and retired military. Before purchasing a car insurance policy, speak with an agent or customer service representative to ensure you receive the best possible discount.
Car insurance is a legal requirement in most states. It’s also a necessity to safeguard your financial well-being. When shopping for insurance, research the differences in the protection provided as well as the premiums and deductibles. The total cost of car insurance can vary as much as 300 percent among providers.
To recognize the service of National Guard members, many car insurance companies include them in military discounts. When you’re ready to purchase a policy, you may be required to provide proof of your service such as a military ID. Being prepared can save you time and money.
Answered July 2, 2015 by Anonymous