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It's a difficult topic to think about, but anyone with dependents that rely on them for financial support should take time to consider how their loved ones would be impacted in their absence. For many, those loved ones would face a loss of income and a lot of bills. What if you could help ensure your family had more financial security in the future?

Term life insurance is a simple way you can help your loved ones account for the unexpected expenses that could follow your death. This type of life insurance offers a predetermined amount of coverage that is guaranteed for a specific amount of time (a "term"). How could you benefit from life insurance? It could be used for a variety of costs that beneficiaries might encounter in the event of your passing. These costs could range from coverage of some funeral expenses to accounting for a loss of income. Thankfully, you can trust this kind of coverage to help beneficiaries of the policy through a difficult time.

Wondering where to get term life insurance? Talk to an agent at your local Hattiesburg Direct Auto & Life Insurance location. An individual policy is cost-efficient, easy to understand, and can provide your family with some financial security. There's no extensive medical examination, simply answer a few health related questions. If you're eligible, your term life policy is guaranteed to renew for two years at the same premium. And if you buy your policy along with auto insurance from Direct Auto, we don't require additional money down to start both policies.

Ready to start securing your loved ones' financial health? Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT to get your free term life insurance quote and learn more when you visit Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Hattiesburg!

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If you haven't heard, Mississippi is taking a stand against driving uninsured. If you get behind the wheel and do not have proof of insurance, you could run into a fine of up to $500 or a driver's license suspension for as long as a year. On September 1, 2017, the state started using an electronic insurance verification system that uses a car's VIN number to find out whether the driver has purchased valid auto insurance or not.