A new website has made military car insurance more accessible for active-duty servicemembers looking for auto coverage. 

Auto Pros USA launched an online system this week that allows military personnel to access a database of car insurance providers that offer military policies and discounts. 

"There are few companies in the U.S. able to provide coverage for vehicle insurance that include military specific discounts and we're bringing all of these providers into one search system," an Auto Pros spokesperson said in a press statement. "The providers that we're featuring are specific to the military car insurance industry."

Through the programmed system, both current and former servicemembers can search and enroll in military insurance plans without the hassle of paperwork. The only information servicemembers need when using the system is a zip code, which will instantly bring up rates, taxes and other fees for obtaining auto insurance.

According to, auto insurance costs on average about $870 per year. Many insurance companies offer special discounts and programs to members of the military. For instance, GEICO, which has a partnership with AFBA, provides a military center with staff dedicated to helping servicemembers find the most affordable insurance policies for them.