(CBS DETROIT) – Michiganders have been paying among the highest auto insurance rates in the nation but that that will hopefully change as the state’s auto insurance law has been revamped. What will it mean for drivers?
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Anita G. Fox, Director of the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services, and Dan Schrock, Jr., Senior Vice President, Field Sales and Life Insurance Operations of AAA, The Auto Club Group, appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain at 11:30 am this Sunday to talk about the law and changes drivers can expect.
The law takes effect July 1 and will roll out as people’s auto insurance policy expires.
Fox mentioned the state’s hotline and website to help consumers learn about the new law. That number is 833-275-3437 and website www.michigan.gov/autoinsurance.
Fox and her team are also fanning out across the state and available to speak to organizations about those changes as well.READ MORE: Michigan Reports Its First Probable Case Of Monkeypox In Oakland County
Then Oakland University President Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescovitz appears with Cain to talk about a campaign they recently launched to increase funding for the state’s 15 public universities and also more evenly divide per student resources from the state between then.
Oakland University is at the bottom of per-student funding among the 15 colleges in Michigan. She also talked about the merits of a college degree.
Watch MICHIGAN MATTERS, Sunday at 11:30am on CBS 62
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