Opinion: Michigan’s no-fault system needs reform

While our Michigan Legislature appears to be once again falling asleep at the wheel regarding auto insurance reform, our fair state has the highest rates in the country for the fifth consecutive year, according to insure.com — 64 percent higher than the national average. MCCA (catastrophic) fees, which were originally $2 per vehicle per year at its inception in 1978, will significantly inflate to $220 per vehicle per year, effective July 1.

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