State Rep. Aaron Miller has joined a bipartisan coalition to dramatically cut auto-insurance costs for drivers in Michigan.
Miller supports legislation that will lower the cost of auto insurance in Michigan by offering motorists more coverage options, reining in medical costs and fighting abuse. He said Michigan’s current auto no-fault system simply is not working.
Michigan’s average full coverage auto insurance premium cost – nearly $2,400 per year – is more than $1,000 above the national average.
The new bipartisan plan continues benefits for Michiganders already receiving lifetime health care after a catastrophic traffic accident. The plan also gives motorists the option to continue to buy unlimited personal injury protection coverage, or buy more affordable alternative coverage plans.