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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