Why do I say that USAA Ins. is for elite drivers? The answer is quite simple.
USAA is a company that caters specifically to US military personnel and their families. You have to be a member of that unique group of men and women to qualify as a customer of USAA automobile insurance.
One of the things that makes this type of auto insurance so special is the sense of community and brother helping brother. For those in the armed services, that should make you feel right at home.
Let's say you and your family are stationed at Lackland AFB or Kelly AFB, or one of the other air force bases around the San Antonio region.
It makes perfect sense for you to check out the USAA San Antonio, Texas, offices and take advantage of not only their banking services, but USAA automobile insurance and any other financial services you might need.
No, they don't have a "perfect" record when it comes to customer service, but I think I've read more positive, dare I say even "glowing" reviews from their customers than negative.
The insurance industry is a tough one as far as good feedback is concerned. It's not really that surprising, really. No one likes paying for a service that they are unlikely to use.
But, if you happen to fall into that small percentage of drivers that do have to rely on their car insurance policy to get them out of a fix, it's good to be a member of a company that is going to actually help you rather than tell you that you're out of luck.
Unless you are already familiar with USAA Ins. and all that it has to offer, you may not have realized that the USAA San Antonio office is their national headquarters and that they have a bank their available to their members.
The USAA San Antonio bank itself is up-to-the-minute as far as technology is concerned and most of the clients I've encountered have nothing but praise for the convenience of the services provided.
Granted, USAA bank has very few nationwide branches, but that doesn't seem to bother their customers in the slightest. The online access to accounts and service (even through the latest mobile devices) makes going into a local branch almost superfluous.
If you've served your country in the past or are currently serving in one of the branches of the US military, it is certainly worth your while to check out the options available through USAA.