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I want to start off 2013 by sharing some important safety tips that can help you on the roads, and actually prevent car accidents.
Below is a list of helpful government-sponsored websites that provide reliable information and support for Michigan drivers and their families.
Information on purchasing Michigan auto insurance
The state of Michigan provides various topics on buying auto insurance in Michigan, including what coverage is mandatory, where to start and what you should know about your auto insurance company.
The four best auto insurance companies
This is our list of the top auto insurance companies in Michigan, based on our attorneys’ 50 years experience handling No-Fault insurance claims after auto accidents with nearly every insurance company in Michigan.
A comprehensive resource for consumers who are shopping for a car or want important safety tips as owners. This site includes a brochure on how to buy a safer car, child and air bag safety, and understanding 5-Star Safety Ratings.
Crash Purchasing System
Many insurance companies require customers who have been involved in a traffic crash to obtain a copy of the accident report for claims processing. If you were involved in a traffic accident, you can purchase a copy of a traffic crash report taken by any Michigan law enforcement agency.
Michigan Graduated Drivers Licensing
Michigan’s new teen driving laws can be confusing. Here the three levels of a GDL are explained along with a timeline to help understand the transition. A valuable guide for parents is also available.
FAQs on Michigan Traffic Laws
Read the answers to common questions on traffic or vehicle codes in Michigan, including the laws on cell phone use, child restraints and motorcycles.
Everything you need to know about driver safety, including driver education, pedestrian and bicycle hazards and law enforcement.
We wish our readers and loved ones a happy and safe 2013!
Steven Gursten is partner in Michigan Auto Law, helping victims seriously injured in car, truck and motorcycle accidents throughout the state.