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Talk is Cheap but Our Auto Insurance is Not
Well we have heard it before and now we are hearing it again, Michigan legislators are talking about talking about attempting to put policies in place to lower our auto insurance.
By the way we have the third highest auto insurance rates in the nation...
Your Auto Insurance Could Go Up
Do you believe you already pay high enough auto insurance rates?  Well guess what, your auto insurance could be going up again.
Yes you heard that correctly.  We spoke about this on my program a while back and now the Lansing State Journal is reporting that approximately 2 million of us Mic…
Possible Crack In The MCCA Law
Michigan Senate Insurance Committee might pass an auto insurance bill that would no longer have unlimited medical insurance.
An article in the Detroit Free Press late this afternoon is reporting that Michigan’s Senate Insurance Committee might pass an amended version of Detroit Mayor …
Existing Funding To Repair Roads
Interesting that after a historic defeat at the ballot box to increase our taxes, our state politicians may find existing funding to pay for most of the infrastructure improvements.
According to an article in the Detroit News, Michigan’s Speaker of the House Kevin Cotter (R-Mt...
MI Auto Insurance Reform Braking
We have been discussing the reform — Michigan’s catastrophic insurance reform — for about a month now.  The reform in Senate Bills 248 and 249 is mainly focused on cost containment to our MCCA fund.
For example, as reported by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy:
“Under the system as it is now insur…
Michigan’s Car Insurance Highest In The Nation
A new survey by InsuranceQuotes.com found that Michigan has the highest automobile insurance in the nation.
As being reported by the Detroit Free Press Michigan drivers are paying more than double, approimately136% above, the national average of $815 a year, again according to a report by insuranceQu…
Detroiter's Can Get Out of MCCA?
Would it be fair to let some out-of-the-state mandated unlimited medical care coverage when it comes to auto accidents?
Well, apparently State Sen. Virgil Smith (D-Detroit) and Sen. Joe Hune (R-Hamburg) do.
I just finished reading an article in the Detroit News that informed me that Senator Smith and …

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