Michigan auto insurance rates are highest of any U.S. state

Michigan Auto Insurance rates

Newly released survey results show that drivers in the state aren’t wrong about how much they’ve been paying. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to know that Michigan auto insurance rates are high. Drivers in the state have been complaining about their premiums for years and lawmakers have made several attempts to alter this situation. A recent survey has confirmed yet again that Michigan drivers are indeed paying more than any other state. The survey confirmed that Michigan auto insurance rates are in fact the highest, on average,…

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Michigan has the highest auto insurance rates in the country

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Auto insurance premiums are higher in Michigan than in any other state Michigan is home to the highest auto insurance rates in the United States, according to a new report from InsuranceQuotes.com. Insurance costs for drivers throughout the state are quite high and have been on the rise for some time. There may be a clear reason for this, as Michigan is the only state in the country that offers unlimited lifetime personal injury protection. The state is also home to one of the largest numbers of uninsured drivers in…

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Auto insurance rates are on the rise for Michigan drivers

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The no fault coverage for the motorists across the state is about to become more expensive. The latest reports from Michigan have shown that the cost of auto insurance per vehicle will be increasing by 6 percent, to an average of $186 percent for coverage of injuries resulting from crashes. The increases are expected to be put into place by July 1, said an industry board. The announcement of the new higher fee was made by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA). At the moment, the cost of the coverage…

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Research ranks auto insurance premiums by state and finds uninsured increase costs

An online survey conducted by Insure.com, has shown that drivers in Louisiana, Michigan, and Oklahoma pay highest premiums for auto insurance in the country. On the flip side, Vermont had the lowest car insurance rates, according to the same survey. The findings were based on the rates paid every year by single males who are 40 years old and who commute 12 miles every day to work. This profile would generate a rate of $995 in Vermont, but was much higher in some other states. For example, the same person…

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