Auto insurance legislation advancing in Michigan’s GOP-controlled Legislature has been changed to require a $100 cut in premiums initially.
While the bills don’t mandate reduced rates, insurers say they would drop in the free market to coincide with unspecified corresponding cost savings.
Most legislative resistance to ridesharing appears to be less about the service and more about the finer points.
In the metro Detroit area, drivers pay a whopping 165 percent more than the national average for car insurance.
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Michigan is 7th in the nation when it comes to uninsured drivers according to the most recent study done in 2011.
The plan to start a Detroit auto insurance company is grand, but not without its hurdles… though one lawmaker says it’s long overdue.
Timmica Morton allegedly made fake auto insurance policies for over 300 drivers before she was caught.
A significant number of drivers have been trying to register vehicles with phony insurance certificates, according to Michigan’s secretary of state.
The Rick Snyder v. Senate Republicans showdown over Medicaid expansion is overshadowing the fact that other big bills went unresolved before lawmakers adjourned for at least two months.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday proposed lowering the insurance bills for Michigan drivers in exchange for an end to unlimited lifetime medical coverage for people seriously injured in accidents.