We Need Driver’s Choice – Detroiters for Change 2018-06-29T20:48:12+00:00

Michigan drivers pay the highest auto insurance rates in the nation. (Thanks, Lansing!)

That’s right: it costs more to insure a car in Grosse Pointe, Michigan than it does in Gary, Indiana. Why?

Hospitals are allowed to charge way more for no-fault cases than they charge everyone else. Accident lawyers make huge profits on unnecessary lawsuits. It’s no wonder hospitals and lawyers want Lansing to protect the status quo: it’s good business for them! But, it’s costing you.

There are 148 legislators in Lansing who could fix it – if they hear from you in support of Driver’s Choice. Learn more about how Driver’s Choice would finally fix Michigan’s broken no-fault auto insurance system.

“… Michigan’s one-of-a-kind no-fault insurance system, which mandates that all motorists buy coverage for potentially unlimited medical benefits, forces Detroiters to pay so much more than anyone else.” – Detroit Free Press

Driver’s Choice: a REAL plan to make car insurance fair and affordable.

If Lansing hears from you, Driver’s Choice will lower your rates by 20 to 30 percent – or even more.
There are five basic principles to Driver’s Choice:
  1. Your credit score won’t be used to set your car insurance, because it has nothing to do with how you drive.
  2. You will be able to choose the amount of insurance coverage to purchase – just like drivers in every other state can. Every driver who can choose will save at least 20% on their car insurance.
  3. If you already have lifetime health coverage like Medicare, you won’t be forced to buy useless extra health coverage. Michigan seniors will save $1,000 or more right away.
  4. You won’t have to pay ripoff rates for medical care after an auto accident. Doctors and hospitals will have to charge car accident victims the same rates they do for everyone else.
  5. You will have the right to sue an at-fault driver who causes an accident for any medical expenses beyond your coverage.

Contact Detroiters for Change

Mario Morrow – (313) 800-5973