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Get 5 facts about car insurance for college students out of state for those who are driving their cars from other states and attending college in Michigan.
Can someone drive my car and be covered on my insurance? It depends on what happened while driving, if they have car insurance and the type of insurance coverage.
Learn how the new No-Fault law impacts vital medical insurance benefits car crash victims receive from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA).
If your trailer has more than two wheels, then you will need to get trailer insurance for it in Michigan. No insurance is required if it only has two wheels.
Whether an out of state driver can drive with out of state car insurance coverage in Michigan depends on how long he or she will be in Michigan.
Now that the Michigan car insurance bill was signed into new law, the stark reality is that No-Fault reform will fail to deliver long-term savings.
The new Michigan car insurance law limits car accident victims’ auto insurance coverage of in-home, family-provided attendant care to 56 hours per week.
The new Michigan No-Fault bill passed today and now the debate over whether and how to reform the 45-year-old law is over. Here is what you need to know.
During the wee hours of the morning the Michigan House of Representatives passed House Bill 4397; their own version of No-Fault auto insurance reform