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What are the requirements for USAA?

How do I know if I qualify for USAA?

Jan 16, 2018 Seguin, TX

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Ava Lynch

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USAA requires its members to be active, retired, or honorably separated officers of the US military. If you're not directly affiliated with the military, you can qualify if your parent is a USAA member or you're a spouse of a USAA member (including former spouse or widowed individuals). These rules can change, so it's best to go through USAA's quote process and enter your specific information to see if you qualify. If you don't qualify for USAA, use The Zebra to easily compare auto insurance rates.

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