Michigan Drivers will be Paying Less for Car Insurance Next Summer
By next summer Michigan drivers will be paying less for car insurance.
Wednesday the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association announced a 55% cut in what you’ll pay for unlimited lifetime medical coverage.
Currently, it’s $220 a year per vehicle.
Starting in July it will drop to $100.
A new law makes the catastrophic benefit optional.
The Catastrophic Claims Association says unless they run a deficit, drivers who choose less personal injury coverage won’t even have to pay the $100 fee.