Distracted driving doesn't just hurt the road…it hurts your wallet too. Study shows, breaking distracted driving laws in Michigan results in a 26% average increase in "No-Fault" auto insurance premiums. This means that being ticketed for distracted driving in Michigan will boost a motorist’s auto insurance premiums by an average of 26% or $681.

Our Just Drive expert, Brandon Hewitt, from Michigan Auto Law stopped by to discuss the rules of the road, distracted driving, and his ranking of the best and worst auto insurance companies to do business with.

For more information on Michigan Auto Law and to see a full list of Brandon’s rankings, visit the resources tab online at MichiganAutoLaw.com.

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