Secretary of State New Express Service

Michigan Secretary of State Express Service

Effective October 19, Michigan Secretary of State (SOS) offers a number of services that can be completed online. Michigan residents will now be able to complete many transactions online that previously required visiting a branch office, including:

* Renew or replace standard state driver’s licenses and ID cards. For . . . → Read More: Secretary of State New Express Service

Michigan Secretary of State updates drivers license

Drivers license updated in Michigan

The basic look of the new license and ID card includes an intricate line pattern and outline of the state of Michigan with the Great Lakes.

If a person has joined the Michigan Organ Donor Registry, a red heart symbol and the word “Donor” will appear on the lower . . . → Read More: Michigan Secretary of State updates drivers license

Driver Responsibility in Michigan

Michigan Driver Responsibility What is it? The Driver Responsibility Program calls for monetary sanctions for drivers who: Accumulate seven or more points on their driving record (Category 1), or Are convicted of specific qualifying offenses (Category 2) Only driving offenses with arrest or incident dates on, or after, October 1, 2003, will be counted. . . . → Read More: Driver Responsibility in Michigan

Teen Driver License Requirements in Michigan

Teen Driving Law Updated

The Senate passed House Bill 4493 by a vote of 30 to 5 on the last day of the current legislative session.  Bill is going to Governor Granholm’s desk for approval.

House Bill 4493 will improve MI GDL law to:

Limit GDL level 2 drivers from having more than one . . . → Read More: Teen Driver License Requirements in Michigan

Understanding Detroit Auto Insurance

What you need to know about Detroit auto insurance

Detroit auto insurance is required under Michigan No-Fault law.  In order to register your vehicle there are certain coverage’s that you must have in understanding Michigan auto insurance you need to know that the basic  no fault policy has three required parts.

Auto Bodily Injury and Property . . . → Read More: Understanding Detroit Auto Insurance

Detroit Potholes can be Costly

Detroit Potholes can be costly Winter brings a number of driving hazards, but one of the most hated is the pothole. An encounter with one can leave damaged tires, wheels and suspension components in its wake.

Potholes can occur in any region or climate, but at this time of year, they’re especially prominent in . . . → Read More: Detroit Potholes can be Costly

How to Save on Detroit Car Insurance

Save on your Detroit car insurance premium

If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a smart way to save money. Sometimes, saving money can come in the most unlikely place – such as your car insurance.

There are several ways you may be able to cut your car insurance costs. Higher deductibles can lower your premium as . . . → Read More: How to Save on Detroit Car Insurance

Detroit Auto Insurance

The basic No-Fault Detroit auto insurance policy has 3 parts.

Bodily Injury and Property Damage (BI/PD)

The first section is bodily injury and property damage; this coverage will protect you and your assets if you are sued as the result of an auto accident. In Michigan you can be sued if you injure someone . . . → Read More: Detroit Auto Insurance

Types of Collision for Detroit Auto Insurance

What you need to know about collision coverage in Detroit auto insurance policies

In Michigan No-Fault is required by law for your car. Michigan no-fault coverage will protect you in an accident if you injure somebody or cause damage to someones property with your car.  Michigan no-fault does not pay for damage to your car or the . . . → Read More: Types of Collision for Detroit Auto Insurance

Michigan Financial Responsibility

Detroit Financial Responsibility Filing?

If someone is driving a vehicle without insurance and is at-fault in an accident, the injured party may file a suit against the uninsured motorist in court for damages.

If you have a financial Responsibility Judgement against you and you can not pay the judgement there will be a number of restrictions . . . → Read More: Michigan Financial Responsibility