Direct Auto and Life Insurance

Address
1535 East County Line Road
Local Directions
Our office is located next to Noset Apartments and across from Tico's Steak House, just before Pear Orchard Road.
Phone Email Store Hours
  • Mon-Fri 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sat 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Languages
English
Products
Auto Insurance; Life Insurance
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What makes your Direct Auto & Life Insurance office different than other insurance offices? At Direct Auto, our priority is giving our customers clear information and personalized service, so you know exactly what you're getting.

Your Direct Auto office works to help customers with Mississippi requirements meet their insurance needs. A wide variety of people come to us for their auto, motorcycle and life insurance needs. We also work with drivers who need non-standard insurance, drivers with SR22 forms, motorcycle owners, families, and more. To qualified customers, we offer insurance discounts like* military, senior citizen, and affinity discounts. What's more, the representatives that work at 1535 East County Line Road live and work in your community. We stay involved in the Jackson community by partnering with businesses in the area, and interact with our customers regularly with store events and special promotions.

Ready to see how you could get Mississippi car, life, or motorcycle insurance coverage at an affordable rate? Talk to a representative at 1535 East County Line Road today! Feel free to visit us at the above address, give your local office a call at (601) 718-1546, or contact Direct Auto at 1-877-GO-DIRECT. Visit your store at 1535 East County Line Road 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 changing the consequences for driving uninsured. Mississippi drivers who get behind the wheel and do not have proof of insurance may end up paying up to $500 in fines or face a driver's license suspension for as long as a year. As of September 1, 2017, the state put into place a state-of-the-art insurance verification program that uses a vehicle's VIN number to spot a driver who has not purchased valid auto insurance.