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It may be hard to think about, but those who have loved ones relying on them for support (especially financial support) should consider what could happen in the event of their death. Many times, these loved ones are left footing the bill for expenses they were not prepared to handle. Don't you want to ensure that the financial future of your loved ones is more secure?

Term life insurance is an effective way to offset some of the financial burden that an unexpected death can place on families and beneficiaries. 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? Should the unthinkable occur within the term, the policy would pay beneficiaries the set amount of money that they could use for a variety of expenses. From helping account for a loss of income to helping cover final funeral expenses, this kind of policy is a way to guarantee that your beneficiaries will have some financial help during a difficult time.

Where can you get term life insurance? Talk to an agent at your local Southaven Direct Auto & Life Insurance location. An individual policy is cost-efficient, easy to understand, and can provide your family with some financial security. There is no medical exam (just answer a few simple health questions) and if you qualify, you get life insurance that is guaranteed to renew at the same rate for two years. Plus, when you purchase life insurance and car insurance through Direct Auto, no additional down payment is required on your policy.

Work towards preparing a better financial future for your loved ones with term life insurance. Visit your Southaven Direct Auto & Life Insurance or call 1-877-GO-DIRECT for your free quote today!

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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 get behind the wheel without proof of insurance could face a fine up to $500 or a suspended driver's license for up to one 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.