Direct Auto and Life Insurance

Address
316-C North Davis Avenue
Local Directions
Our office is located next door to Little Caesars and the HR Block Building.
Phone
(662) 579-4002
Store Hours
  • Mon-Fri 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Sat 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Languages
English
Products
Auto Insurance; Life Insurance; Homeowner Insurance; Commercial Insurance
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What makes us certain that our Direct Auto & Life Insurance office is able to provide the community with excellent service? At Direct Auto, our focus is on personalized, straightforward service.

Our Direct Auto agents specialize in helping Cleveland customers meet the insurance requirements in Mississippi. A wide variety of people come to us for their auto, motorcycle and life insurance needs. In addition, we work to provide affordable coverage to families, students, military service members, and drivers who may be considered "high-risk." Eligible policyholders could save even more on their coverage with insurance discounts like* good student, multi-car, and homeowner discounts. And if you didn't know, our representatives at 316-C North Davis Avenue live and work in the communities they serve. We team up with other businesses in the Cleveland area, and engage with customers through unique, in-store events and promotions.

You may be eligible for a more affordable Mississippi auto, life, or motorcycle insurance policy. Visit with a representative at 316-C North Davis Avenue to learn more! Contact us at the address and number above, or call Direct Auto at 1-877-GO-DIRECT. Visit your store at 316-C North Davis Avenue to learn more about a special new promotion, Direct Office. Loyal customers will receive punch cards that allow them to make up to 10 copies and 2 faxes per month in store, for free! Stop by to learn more!

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The State of Mississippi is changing the consequences for driving uninsured. Mississippi drivers who get behind the wheel and do not have proof of insurance could run into a fine of up to $500 or a suspended driver's license for up to one year. As of September 1, 2017, the state put into place a state-of-the-art insurance verification program that uses vehicle VIN numbers to locate drivers who have not purchased valid auto insurance.