Obligation for Non-Residents to Maintain Michigan No-Fault Insurance
Lawyer Commentary on No-Fault Statute: MCL 500.3102
Nonresident owner or registrant of motor vehicle must maintain No-Fault insurance; operation of motor vehicle without No-Fault; penalty
This provision of the Michigan No-Fault law requires nonresidents who drive their own motor vehicles in Michigan for a total of “more than 30 days in any calendar year” to “continuously maintain” a No-Fault auto insurance policy on their car or truck.
Specifically, nonresidents may not operate – nor may they allow another person to operate – an automobile in Michigan for more than a total of 30 days in any year without maintaining No-Fault insurance on the vehicle.
A nonresident who does not follow this insurance provision is deemed to be an uninsured driver and is guilty of a misdemeanor under Michigan law.
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