More and more Michigan drivers are ditching unlimited medical coverage in their no-fault insurance, though many are still waiting to see significant savings on their premiums since the state auto insurance review went into effect nearly two years ago.
“I spared nothing,” said James Taylor, 60, who lives in West Detroit and pays just under $ 200 a month to insure his 2012 Ford Escape. “It was supposed to be a change; nothing happened. change. It’s still high in Detroit. “