Michigan Auto Insurance Rises 6 Percent

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LANSING (WILX)-- Fireworks aren't the only thing that will be going up this week.

No-Fault auto insurance went up 6 percent on July 1st. Drivers are now paying $11 more per year, rising the current rate from $175 per vehicle to $185 per year.

Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is facing a estimated $2 billion dollar deficit. To offset the costs it's charging Michigan drivers more.

Find out what's to blame, and what Governor Snyder is doing about it watch WILX tonight at 6pm.

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