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A commercial auto insurance policy is an important part of protecting the business you and your employees have worked so hard to build. This kind of insurance helps safeguard your business from financial loss when one of your company's vans, cars, or trucks is part of an auto accident. Depending on the type of business you own or manage, Mississippi may require that you purchase a commercial policy.

Commercial auto insurance isn't right for everyone, but you could be eligible for this type of policy if you use your truck or car to do activities related to your business or job. Let's say you use your vehicle to transport people or good for a fee. Or, you haul tools or equipment related to your business. These two situations could mean a commercial policy is right for you. If your employees drive company-owned vehicles or your vehicle is titled in the name of your business, you could also be eligible for one.

Here at Direct Auto & Life, we're committed to meeting the unique needs of your small business. Some companies claim to have cheap policies, but we don't need to make that claim. Our affordable commercial auto insurance policies can be customized to suit the needs of your business, and your budget. With coverages like Bodily and Property Damage Liability, Uninsured Motorist, Medical Payments, Fire and Theft CAC, and more, you'll find the cost-friendly coverage options you want when you visit your local Direct Auto.

Visit your nearest Direct Auto office in Grenada or call 1-877-GO-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732) for a free and fast quote for excellent commercial car insurance! Our knowledgeable agents can help you understand Mississippi's specific requirements for small businesses and commercial auto insurance in no time!

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In Mississippi, the State is going after uninsured drivers. Mississippi drivers who get behind the wheel and 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 12 months. As of September 1, 2017, the state put into place a state-of-the-art insurance verification program that uses a car's VIN number to find out whether the driver has purchased valid auto insurance or not.