Michigan’s broken, outdated no-fault system has caused auto insurance premiums to skyrocket to the highest in the country.

now is the time

for lawmakers to roll up their sleeves and make car insurance more affordable.

Michigan’s broken, outdated no-fault system has caused auto insurance premiums to skyrocket to the highest in the country.

Now is the Time

for lawmakers to roll up their sleeves and make car insurance more affordable.

Michigan’s broken, outdated no-fault system has caused auto insurance premiums to skyrocket to the highest in the country.

Now is the Time

for lawmakers to roll up their sleeves and make car insurance more affordable.

Michigan’s broken, outdated no-fault system has caused auto insurance premiums to skyrocket to the highest in the country.

Now is the Time

for lawmakers to roll up their sleeves and make car insurance more affordable.

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Why Reform Auto No-Fault?

The state’s auto no-fault system is outdated and hasn’t undergone significant updates or changes since it was first created in 1973. Michigan is the only state in the nation that requires drivers purchase unlimited, lifetime medical benefits with their auto insurance policy — a main culprit in Michigan’s high auto insurance premiums.

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