The Institutes

Detroit’s Costly Auto Insurance Due To Large Number Of Medical Claims

 Thursday, June 11, 2015


Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is unveiling an independent study showing a city-operated auto insurance system could save residents hundreds or thousands of dollars a year. The state legislature is considering allowing Detroit to create what Duggan calls “D-Insurance.” WDET’s Quinn Klinefelter was at the conference where the results of the study were announced.
He tells WDET’s Jerome Vaughn the mayor says there is a definite need for a special kind of auto insurance in Detroit.
That’s because for decades Detroit officials have complained that the high cost of auto insurance in the city drives people to live elsewhere or pretend they reside in a different town.

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