Mayor Duggan Says Study Proves Proposed Detroit Insurance Plan Would Save Money For DriversCampaigning for his so-called "D-Insurance" plan, Mayor Mike Duggan says he can prove it will save Detroiters 50 percent.
Mayor's Plan To Lower Car Insurance Cost Could Save Detroit Residents $1,000 A YearMayor Mike Duggan said the high price of insurance must be addressed to lure and keep people in Detroit.
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Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Insurance Companies Over Billing PracticesThe claim is that the big insurance companies have stopped direct billing from his business and other small independent shops that service Detroiters and minorities.
Mich. Finds Fraud In Car Insurance CertificatesA significant number of drivers have been trying to register vehicles with phony insurance certificates, according to Michigan's secretary of state.
Car Insurance Eating Up The Family BudgetAs if driving in Michigan weren't frustrating enough, a new survey from CarInsuranceQuotes.com finds our state has the biggest car insurance burden in the U.S.
Survey Compares Cost To Insure Ford, Chevrolet, Chrysler VehiclesWhile the "Big Three" automakers compete heavily for domestic sales dollars, a new survey suggest they are very competitive overall when it comes to insurance premiums.
The Curious Case Of Downgrading Your Car InsuranceBlogger Vicki Briganti wonders what life would be like if she could travel back in time and undo some decisions she’s made.
Ford, State Farm To Offer Insurance Savings Over SyncThe nation's No. 2 automaker and the country's leading insurer of cars have joined forces to offer lower insurance premiums for drivers.
Opposing No-Fault Insurance Reform Bill Draws Crowd For Town Hall MeetingState Senator Glenn Anderson, a democrat from Livonia, spoke at a town hall meeting on the issue, saying if approved, it'll end up costing every taxpayer in the state.
Drivers Will Pay More To Accident Victims' FundThe Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association raised the annual assessment to $145 per insured vehicle, the highest amount it has ever assessed.
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