Direct Locations Near You

Get Your Quote

It's a difficult subject to think about, but anyone who is financially responsible for a loved one should take a close look at how the people who depend on them would be affected if they were suddenly gone. Often times, this type of scenario leaves loved ones with a loss of income and lots of unexpected expenses. What if you could help ensure your family had more financial security in the future?

Term life insurance is an easy way to help your loved ones cover the expenses that a death can impose on families and dependents. This kind of life insurance provides you with a pre-set level of coverage for a certain period of time, or "term." What's the purpose of 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. Whether the policy proceeds are used to help pay the rent or cover your final funeral expenses, this kind of policy is a way to guarantee that your beneficiaries will have some financial help during a difficult time.

Wondering how to get term life insurance? Talk to an agent at your local Covington Direct Auto & Life Insurance location. An individual policy is cost-efficient, easy to understand, and can provide your family with some financial security. And guess what? There's no medical exam, just answer a few simple health questions and if you qualify, your term life policy with renew for two years at the same premium (without regard to your health or age). And if you buy your policy along with auto insurance from Direct Auto, we don't require additional money down to start both policies.

Visit Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Covington to learn more about your term life insurance options and get your free quote. Or, call 1-877-GO-DIRECT to speak to a representative today!

Get Your Quote

Effective July 1, 2015, uninsured drivers in Tennessee caught driving without the proper insurance will face an increased fine, up from $100 to now $300. From January 1, 2016 and onwards, law enforcement officials could legally have your car towed on the spot if you don’t have proof of insurance. From now until January 1, 2017, the state of Tennessee will be implementing an online program to verify drivers’ insurance. The system has the ability to identify drivers who do not have valid insurance by reviewing digital vehicle registration records. Vehicle owners without insurance will not be able to renew their vehicle's registration.