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If you're looking for a more affordable, student-friendly car insurance policy, you're not alone! Your nearby Direct Auto & Life Insurance can help. We work with university students just like you to find the Mississippi car insurance policy you need so you can keep your budget happy and keep your vehicle covered at the same time.

At Direct Auto, we know that there's little wiggle room in a student's budget. Between textbooks, tuition, and the cost of everyday life, saving as a college student means being careful about your bank account. That's why here at Direct Auto, we're proud to offer car insurance that fits into most students' budgets. Students of all kinds are welcome to apply for coverage and work with us to find an insurance solution. We know that taking on the responsibility of car insurance can be tough but we do our best to make it simple, fast, and affordable for college students. Whether you just want to meet Mississippi's financial responsibility requirements or you want a little more with plans that include roadside assistance or emergency protection, Direct Auto can help. With so many convenient ways to pay, perks like the DirectDrive® App, and more, we make it easy for college students to get and stay covered. Plus, your local representative can help you set up your policy, walk you through your customized payment plan, and answer any questions you have along the way. and answer any questions you have along the way. That's why students pick Direct Auto as their car insurance company.

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Are you a Mississippi driver? You need to know that the State is changing the consequences for driving uninsured. Drivers in Mississippi who do not have proof of insurance could pay 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 started using an electronic insurance verification system that uses VIN numbers to instantly check whether drivers have purchased valid insurance.