By David Mittleman

A few weeks ago, I posted two articles about no-fault and uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance coverage in Michigan. In our state, drivers are required by law to have valid auto insurance when driving on our roadways. Typically, motorists would be asked to provide proof of insurance during a traffic stop or at the scene of an accident. But about 6 months ago, new search capabilities began allowing law enforcement officers to check insurance status simply by running a vehicle’s license plate.

Easier To Nab Drivers Without Insurance

Approximately 20 percent of Michigan’s drivers are uninsured, compared …read more