Insurance vehicle rates on the rise for Michigan drivers

MICHIGAN -- Insurance rates are set to go up by $30 per vehicle for drivers in Michigan.

It's all because of the state's Catastrophic Claims Association. The fund pays for unlimited lifetime medical benefits under Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law.

The association announced every vehicle on the road will have to pay the 21 percent increase starting July 1.

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