Ask an Agent: What car insurance do I need in Michigan?
The no-fault law and minimum policy limits were put into effect in 1979; a lot has changed since then.
Ask an Agent: How long does it take for an accident to get off your record?
What is on your five-year C.L.U.E report is pertinent.
Ask an Agent: I accidentally drove my car into my garage door. Now what?
Unfortunately you would need to file a claim on both policies
Ask an Agent: Can my auto insurance company deny my claims?
The most common auto insurance denials come from the optional coverages available under our no-fault auto policy.
Ask an Agent: Does my credit score affect my auto insurance premium?
Most, if not all, insurance companies have been using some sort of credit scoring over the past 15-20 years to establish their rates.
Ask an Agent: How do auto insurance policies differ for leased, loaned, and owned vehicles?
Whether you own, lease, or have a loan on a vehicle, your insurance policy is going to cover the vehicle the same based on the coverages you choose.
Ask an Agent: How does being an Uber or Lyft driver impact my auto insurance policy?
The gray area that you should be concerned about is when the gap occurs; This is when the app is on but you don’t have a passenger or passenger match.
Ask an Agent: How do I get discounts on my auto insurance?
Some of the easiest discounts to obtain are discounts for being a part of an organized group.
Ask an Agent: Why are auto insurance rates so high in Michigan?
The combination of the unlimited lifetime medical benefits with a high uninsured driver rate pushes Michigan to the highest auto rates in the nation.
Ask an Agent: Why am I being charged more for insurance with an old car?
If you were to take your vehicle in today to get a fender repaired, the cost is not going to be less than it was two years ago. Quite the opposite.