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Insure.com has released its annual automotive insurance study which reveals Michigan has won the dubious honor of being the most expensive state for car insurance for the fourth year in a row.

According to the results of the study, Michiganders typically pay a premium of $2,394 which is $1,076 more than the national average. Michigan drivers also pay $474 more for insurance than second-place Louisiana and Insure.com consumer analyst Penny Gusner chalks it up to the state’s no-fault insurance.

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Insure.com has released its annual automotive insurance study which reveals Michigan has won the dubious honor of being the most expensive state for car insurance for the fourth year in a row. According to the results of the study, Michiganders typically pay a premium of $2,394 which is $1,076 more than the...