Direct Auto and Life Insurance

Address
6557 Highway 305
Local Directions
Our office is located in the College Station Plaza.
Phone Email Store Hours
  • Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  • Sat 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Languages
English
Products
Auto Insurance; Life Insurance; Commercial Insurance
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How can you be sure you'll receive the exceptional service and coverage you deserve at Direct Auto & Life Insurance? One of our top priorities is providing customers with with coverage they need and the services they want, while treating them with the respect they deserve.

Stop by your Direct Auto office for help meeting Mississippi's insurance requirements. A wide variety of people come to us for their auto, motorcycle and life insurance needs. In addition, we work to provide affordable coverage to families, students, military service members, and drivers who may be considered "high-risk." Eligible policyholders could save even more on their coverage with insurance discounts like* good student, senior citizen, and multi-product discounts. Plus, as part of your local community, the representatives at our 6557 Highway 305 location work and live in the area--just like you. In Olive Branch, we like to join forces with other businesses and meet with our customers during special store events and promotions.

You may be eligible for a more affordable Mississippi auto, life, or motorcycle insurance policy. Visit with a representative at 6557 Highway 305 to learn more! Contact us at the address and number above, or call Direct Auto at 1-877-GO-DIRECT. Visit your store at 6557 Highway 305 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 going after uninsured drivers. Drivers in Mississippi who get behind the wheel without proof of insurance could face a fine up to $500 or a driver's license suspension for up to 12 months. On September 1, 2017, the state put into place a state-of-the-art insurance verification program that uses vehicle VIN numbers to locate drivers who have not purchased valid auto insurance.