Michigan Motorists Facing Another Fee Hike
The fee motorists pay to cover catastrophic medical claims under the state's no-fault insurance plan is increasing by double digits.
The per-vehicle asessment will increase to $192 on July 1, up from $170 currently. That's a 13 percent increase, which follows a 6.3 percent increase in 2017.
It's the latest in a series of extra costs to hit motorists, who are paying 20 percent more for their vehicle registrations and 7.3 cents per gallon more in state gas taxes under the 2015 road funding deal. Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.