MICHIGAN HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON
Michigan drivers currently pay the highest car insurance rates in the nation, and it’s the committee’s job to help find a way to fix it.
Michigan’s average full-coverage premium cost – nearly $2,300 per year – is more than $1,000 above the national average and twice as high as in some neighboring states.
Michigan is the only state in the nation that requires seniors to buy
duplicative coverage, costing them between $600 and $1,000 annually.
More than 20 percent of Michigan motorists “drive dirty,” meaning they drive uninsured. That’s one of the highest uninsured driver rates in the nation and adds to costs for everyone.
Let’s sit down together.
Find a solution.
And fix it.
This special committee is solely tasked with crafting meaningful reforms to the state’s controversial no-fault insurance system. The bipartisan committee includes the following legislators: