Several Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies Take Part In Campaign To Crack Down On Distracted DrivingIn support of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month which is in April, on Thursday Law enforcement agencies in several Michigan communities participated in the “U Drive, U Text, U Pay," campaign. A 4-hour distracted driving enforcement and awareness initiative
MDOT Reminds Michiganders To Stay Alert As Clocks 'Spring Forward'The Michigan Department of Transportation is reminding residents to be aware of their surroundings as clocks "spring forward" on Sunday.
Michigan Drivers Will Begin Receiving $400 RefundsMichigan drivers with auto insurance will soon start getting previously announced $400 refunds per vehicle.
Pro-Whitmer Group Launches Ads To Tout $400 Insurance RefundA Democratic group allied with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is launching ads over the college football bowl season to tout pending $400-per-vehicle refunds for all Michigan drivers with insurance.
Michigan Drivers Will Get Insurance Refunds; Details ComingAll insured Michigan drivers will be getting refunds due to a $5 billion surplus in a fund that reimburses insurers medical and other costs for people seriously injured in crashes.
Michigan Senate: Extend Lapsed Licenses, Plates; Keep Walk-In OptionOn Thursday, June 10, the Michigan Senate voted to give drivers more time to renew an expired license and vehicle registration during the coronavirus pandemic and to pressure Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to restore people's ability to visit branches without an appointment.
Consumers Energy Announces Locations for Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations, Providing Boost to Michigan DriversNew Chargers Operating in Gaylord, Cadillac, Big Rapids, Marshall.