Direct Auto and Life Insurance

Address
1632 Martin Luther King Blvd
Local Directions
Our office is located between Mansours and Jeannine Collectibles.
Phone
(662) 378-3006
Store Hours
  • Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Languages
English
Products
Auto Insurance; Life Insurance
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How do you know that you can count on your Direct Auto & Life Insurance office to provide you with exceptional service and great coverage? We believe that each and every customer is important, and that each one should receive clear and affordable coverage.

Your Direct Auto office works to help customers with Mississippi requirements meet their insurance needs. We have choices for many kinds of customers, such as car and motorcycle drivers. We also work to provide coverage for drivers who are handling an SR22, recovering from a bad driving record, or who are simply looking for a better price on their insurance. Eligible customers could see their rates lowered with a discount like* good student, senior citizen, and homeowner discounts. And did you know? The representatives that work at 1632 Martin Luther King Blvd are no stranger to your neighborhood. They live and work in the communities they serve. We team up with other businesses in the Greenville area, and meet with our customers during special store events and promotions.

Ask a representative at our 1632 Martin Luther King Blvd location about how you could get Mississippi auto, life, or motorcycle insurance at an incredibly affordable rate. Give your local store a call at (662) 378-3006 or contact Direct Auto at 1-877-GO-DIRECT. Visit your store at 1632 Martin Luther King Blvd 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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In Mississippi, the State is cracking down on driving uninsured. Mississippi drivers who do not have proof of insurance could be looking at a fine of up to $500 or a driver’s license suspension for up to one year. As of September 1, 2017, the state started utilizing a brand new insurance verification system that uses a vehicle's VIN number to instantly check whether or not someone has valid car insurance.