UPDATED: Feb 4, 2012

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Written By: Benji CarrReviewed By: Laura BerryUPDATED: Feb 4, 2012Fact Checked

It is time to make sure you are getting all the benefits you deserve for the time you spent serving your country. Although there are certainly plenty of privileges you should be entitled to aside from car insurance for veterans, there is no reason why you cannot save money for serving your country. If you are not already taking advantage of discount veterans’ auto insurance, it is time to start finding out about it.

How to Get Cheap Car Insurance for Veterans

Cheap Car Insurance for Veterans Sure, serving your country should be more than enough reason to get cheap rates for car insurance. However, you may find other factors can help you get even lower auto rates. In many cases, this can also include your immediate family, especially those members living at home with you.

  • Your driving record helps a lot. Part of the reason you often find affordable veterans’ auto insurance is that statistics indicate veterans are more likely to have a better driving record. If your driving record is mostly clean to perfect, you can expect to see even more impressive low auto insurance coverage rates.
  • The car you drive also affects your rates. A brand new financed red convertible sports car will bring your rates up much higher than a safe family vehicle you have paid for in full. Just be aware of things such as this, especially before getting yourself into a brand new auto loan. Some people have found their car insurance premiums to be as high as their car loan per month.
  • If you are paying several different companies for many different policies, it is time to find out if putting an end to this can save you money. Not only will you cut down on costs, but you may find it much easier to pay the bills each month. For example if you have motorcycle, boat, mobile home and renters insurance all with different companies, you could save when you bundle your policies to be covered by one provider. Make sure you ask about this when comparing rates.
  • Beef up your security and your safety features, and watch how you get even better rates on your car insurance for veterans’ policy. Auto insurance providers like to see all the whistles and bells when it comes to safety features. So if you are getting a new vehicle, add these on or see about having some installed in the car you already have. This includes anti-theft devices such as car alarms.

Find Out How to Save

Even if you already have a car coverage policy in place, it is time to start putting your rates to the test. In fact, every time your renewal comes up for review on your auto insurance you should be evaluating your coverage and costs. By comparing rates, you may find you can get even better coverage at even lower rates.

Find out today how much your rates could drop. Use nothing more than your zip code and see quotes for car insurance for veterans to start putting money back in your pocket.


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Benjamin Carr was a licensed insurance agent in Georgia and has experience in life, health, property and casualty coverage. He has worked with State Farm and other risk management firms. Benji is also a strategic writer and editor with a background in branding, marketing, and quality assurance. He has been in military newsrooms — literally on the frontline of journalism.

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