Federal Government Car Insurance Discounts
Government Car Insurance Discounts
Federal employees and their spouses may be eligible for government discounts on car insurance. You may qualify for federal employee discounts if you are a member of a federal employee union, a professional organizations or other associations.
To determine whether federal auto insurance discounts are available to you, contact an independent agent in the Trusted Choice® network. These agents have access to multiple insurance companies and can provide competitive quotes. Your Trusted Choice member agent will research available quotes for you based on your occupation, age, driving record and other factors.
Why Look for Government Employee Insurance Discounts?
Government employees are subject to intensive screenings to obtain clearance for the level of work they are involved in. Insurance companies often view government clearance as a signal of low risk. If you have passed an extensive background check as part of a security clearance, you probably don’t have a criminal record, bad credit record, or driving record. All of these items are measured by car insurance companies to calculate insurance premiums.
Who Can Get Reduced Rates on Government Car Insurance?
Those who may qualify for government discounts include employees in these and other government organizations:
- IRS (Internal Revenue Service)
- USPS (U.S. Postal Service)
- FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
- Justice system, such as federal prosecutors and judges
- Federal Reserve
- Department of Agriculture
- Department of Education
- Department of Health and Human Services
- Department of Interior
- Department of Transportation
- FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
- National Security Council
- U.S. International Trade Commission
Are you employed full-time within these or other government agencies? Ask your agent whether federal discounts or government discounts are available to you.
Federal Auto Insurance for Association Memberships
You may be able to find government car insurance discounts if you belong to certain organizations, such as the Pentagon Federal Credit Union. Be sure to mention any memberships or professional associations you participate in when meeting with your insurance agent. Ask for any additional information available on federal insurance discounts.
You may also be able to qualify for government discounts if you are a retired federal employee, or a member of a retired government employee association.
An independent agent in the Trusted Choice network can compare plans from multiple companies and determine whether there are government car insurance discounts available to you. Get started today by finding an agent in your local area.
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