November 15, 2012 at 03:00 AM EST
Frost and Remer Shares Insight into Michigan Auto Insurance: Laws, Coverage and Discounts
(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 15, 2012 ) Flat Rock, MI Locally operating Michigan auto insurance company Frost & Remer discloses details about auto insurance laws, coverage and discounts in the state. Buying insurance, in general, has always been difficult, especially at the dismal economy felt nationwide presently. People could overlook this expense as something unnecessary, but certainly not when it is required. In Michigan, having auto insurance is mandatory for everyone who plans to drive on public roads within the state. Its No-fault law suggests that when an individual is involved in an accident, their Michigan auto insurance will cover all the damages, regardless whose fault it is.

This law provides many benefits to its residents, including the unlimited coverage for medical as well as rehabilitative expenses, wage loss protection, and replacement services, which amounts to $20 daily and can span up to 3 years.

Frost & Remer (http://InsuranceByFrost.com), a branch company of Frost, Remer & Mercure, has been serving auto insurance Michigan along with many other states, understands the predicaments of the consumers. Customers shopping for insurance will always be faced by questions, especially if concerns their finances. While the smartest way to find the answers is by using the Internet, the wide database of information found online can be quite confusing. Hence, it is important for everyone to be cautious in picking the right details as it may result to a greater hassle and expense.

To know the minimum coverage, Frost & Remer advises shoppers to pick the required standard per No-Fault state. Michigan requires an auto insurance with liability limits of 20/40/20, and personal injury protection coverage.
One can save money on auto insurance. One is to find an affordable plan, and to lower the premiums, one can also attain various discounts which are offered by the company.
There are factors which can affect the cost of a Michigan auto insurance. Age and marital status, car model, the city where the owner lives and their driving history. A clean record can do wonders for the shopper, says Frost & Remer.

Michigan auto insurance is a mandatory requirement for everyone who wishes to use their vehicles within the state. However, finding the right insurance plan can be possible, when one has a keen understanding on what it is all about. See Frost & Remers auto insurance plans at http://insurancebyfrost.com/auto-insurance/.

About Frost, Remer, and Mercure Financial Services, Inc.: Established In 1989 as an independent insurance agency serving the states Michigan, Ohio, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with their primary focus on Southeast Michigan and Northern Ohio.

Their mission is to provide reliable insurance advice, quality service and honest claims advocacy at affordable pricing for individual, business and farm owners insurance needs by placing their clients insurance policies with insurance company partners that are well respected within the industry and are financially sound.

For more information about how they can help provide the right financial protection for you, visit http://www.InsuranceByFrost.com.

This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC.

Frost and Remer Insurance

Jeff Frost, AAI

(734) 794-3072

JFrost.Frost03@InsureMail.net


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