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A commercial vehicle policy is a great way to help protect the small business you've worked so hard to grow. This type of auto insurance helps shield your business from a financial loss when one of your company's cars or trucks is involved in 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. Here are a few situations in which a commercial policy could be right for you: you use your vehicle to haul (or tow a trailer hauling) tools or equipment related to your business, you transport people for a fee, you have employees that drive company-owned cars, or your vehicles are titled in the name of your business.

Here at Direct Auto & Life, we're committed to meeting the unique needs of your small business. Some companies claim to offer the cheapest commercial policies, but we don't have to. Our affordable commercial vehicle policies can be personalized to match the demands of your business, and your budget. With a range of coverages including Uninsured Motorist, Bodily and Property Damage Liability, Uninsured Motorist, Fire and Theft CAC, Medical Payments, and more, you'll find the low-cost coverage options you're looking for when you visit your nearby Direct Auto.

Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732) today for your fast and free commercial car insurance quote. Or, visit your nearest Direct Auto location in Senatobia! Our agents are ready to help you understand Mississippi's specific requirements and definitions for commercial vehicle insurance!

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Are you a Mississippi driver? You need to know that the State is cracking down on uninsured drivers. Drivers in Mississippi who 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. Effective September 1, 2017, the state started using an electronic insurance verification system that uses a vehicle's VIN number to spot a driver who has not purchased valid auto insurance.