High auto insurance rates affect everyone in Michigan. Residents in Detroit pay some of the highest rates in the country, and residents in the surrounding communities also pay exorbitant rates.
Last May, legislative Democrats and Republicans reached an agreement with the Governor to overhaul Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system, and at the end of that month, Senate Bill 1 was signed into law. As of July 1, Michigan drivers now have the option of lower rates and are able to choose among different insurance coverage, including the choice to keep unlimited coverage.
Inside, is additional basic information on your new options and what they might mean for you. For additional guidance, including how to file insurance-related complaints, you should always contact the Michigan Department of
Insurance and Financial Services at (877) 999-6442 or visit their website, Michigan.gov/AutoInsurance.
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A SUMMARY OF WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
The substitute will prohibit insurers from using sex, marital status, home ownership, credit score, educational level attained, occupation, or postal code when establishing rates on any type of auto insurance policy.
File and Approve
QUESTIONS? Contact the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) at (877) 999-6442 and be sure to keep an eye on their website, Michigan.gov/DIFS, for additional information about the new no-fault auto insurance law.
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