Latest reports say Michigan residents pay the highest when it comes to auto insurance. Gosh, what a surprise.

Right now, we're paying 136% above - that's more than double - the national average of $815 a year. I know I sure feel it whenever those insurance bills come in.

Michigan legislation will attempt to create a new version of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association and, at the same time, hang on to the excellent, unlimited benefits for Michiganians who suffer serious crash injuries that wind up costing more than $545,000.

We compete with Delaware, Louisiana, New York and Rhode Island for the highest insurance rates, but those states are still significantly lower than Michigan.

How will our legislation try to achieve this and get us lower rates?

Read the entire Detroit Free Press article by clicking HERE and find out.