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Coalition effort to lower auto insurance rates for Detroit residents

The Insurance Alliance of Michigan, which represents most insurance providers in Michigan, released a statement Monday backing the group’s push to reduce auto insurance rates.
Pastor Darrell Reed of Spirit of Love Church said it’s unfair auto insurance companies use non-driving related factors to determine rates.
The Detroit Alliance for Fair Auto Insurance announced Monday it would lobby for lawmakers to make reforms to Michigan’s auto no-fault system to protect drivers in Detroit.
(Photo: Clarence Tabb Jr. / The Detroit News)Buy PhotoDetroit — A coalition of city leaders has launched an effort to lower auto insurance rates for Detroit residents, saying costs within the city are significantly higher than what motorists pay in the suburbs.
“These things have to stop.”Andre Walker, president of the Ninth Precinct neighborhood, accused insurance companies of “redlining” Detroit residents.

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Detroiters launch new auto insurance reform group, fight for lower rates

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They say they want to educate city resident about Michigan’s auto insurance, while empowering them to be advocates for insurance reform.
DETROIT (WXYZ) – Community leaders in Detroit are launching a new effort for auto insurance reform, which they hope will lower rates in the city of Detroit.
The Detroit Alliance for Fair Auto Insurance says they will be holding town halls about their efforts in the near future.
It’s called the Detroit Alliance for Fair Auto Insurance.
We also recommend a set rate schedule for medical procedures, just like other types of insurance have in place, to lower the overall cost of auto insurance.

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Bill would bar auto insurance companies from hiking rates based on age, income, credit – Delaware State News

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