Auto insurance is expensive in Michigan. In fact, it's more expensive here than in any other state. We pay almost $900 a year more than the average in the rest of the U.S. Michigan lawmakers have tried to amend the laws to make insurance cheaper for a long time. This week, they're trying it again. Michigan Senator Aric Nesbitt introduced a new bill on Tuesday.

According to ClickOnDetroit.com, the new bill would give drivers some options to make it less expensive. Right now, if you're in an auto accident with no-fault insurance, you'll have great coverage, but it comes at a high price for everyone.

We'll see how this all goes. Past history says it'll be an uphill battle.

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