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On the hunt for a more affordable car insurance policy that fits a student's budget? Start with your Direct Auto & Life Insurance. Our goal is to help college students like you find the Mississippi car insurance policy you need so you'll keep your budget happy and keep your car better protected, all at the same time.

At Direct Auto, we know that living as a student can put real stress on your finances. Between textbooks, tuition, and other everyday costs, being a budget-conscious college student means being careful about your bank account. That's one reason so many students choose Direct Auto. We work to get you car insurance that's both student-friendly, and budget-friendly. You'll find that we're happy to help students get the coverage they need and we welcome all drivers to apply for coverage. We know finding the right car insurance policy can be difficult but we want to make car insurance streamlined and affordable for all college students. Whether you're just looking to meet Mississippi's financial responsibility requirements or you want the additional peace of mind that a roadside assistance or emergency protection plan could bring, Direct Auto can help. With convenient payment options, add-ons like the NetSpendĀ© Prepaid MasterCardĀ©, and more, we make it easy to put together the policy that's right for you. Plus, your agent at your local Direct Auto office can walk you through your policy purchase, help you customize your payments, and answer any questions you may have, from quote to purchase! and answer any questions you may have, from quote to purchase! That's the reason students pick Direct Auto as their car insurance company.

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In Mississippi, the State is cracking down on uninsured drivers. If you get behind the wheel and do not have proof of insurance, you could be looking at a fine of up to $500 or a driverā€™s license suspension for up to one year. On September 1, 2017, the state started using an electronic insurance verification system that uses vehicle VIN numbers to locate drivers who have not purchased valid auto insurance.