You may have seen it in the news and here in AAA Living for months: Now Michigan no-fault auto reform is finally here. With renewals starting July 2, Michigan drivers can choose new Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage options that may help lower your auto insurance costs. The good news for all AAA members is that…

Whether your renewal date is here or months away, AAA can help you save—starting today.

Your local AAA agent is here to provide you with information about the various new PIP options and the savings you can see. As fellow Michigan residents and motorists themselves, our agents are ready to provide you with information about the coverage you need, the security you expect and the savings you desire.

As a member, you can call on a local, licensed AAA Insurance agent at any time, and with no obligation—even if you are not currently covered with insurance through AAA.

New savings through AAA no matter what level of protection you select.

Above and beyond any savings you may see from no-fault reform, AAA has reduced rates for our auto policyholders across the board. If you are insured through AAA now, we’ll be in touch before your renewal date to make sure you have all the facts, and the time, to make the right decision for you.

If you’re not already a AAA policyholder, this is a great time to check out the protection and service hundreds of thousands of members already enjoy. In addition to all the savings your AAA Membership brings on everything from travel and hotels to restaurants and gasoline, you’re also eligible for a number of discounts with auto, home and life insurance through AAA, plus options to customize your coverage. Talking to a AAA agent costs you nothing. And there’s no obligation. It’s all part of the value of your membership.

We’ve been “on the road” serving Michigan drivers for over 100 years. Helping you navigate your path through our state’s new auto reform is just the latest example of the many ways we can assist. We are—quite literally—here to serve you.

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Have questions about Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Reform? We will help you navigate through these important changes.

Your new PIP coverage options are for Allowable Expenses coverage, a component of PIP (PIP AE). Please note that certain PIP AE options have eligibility requirements that apply to the named insured and all resident relatives and may vary depending on the option. Please note that this information is being provided for general informational purposes. Please see the new no-fault reform law for complete details. Coverage is subject to all policy terms, conditions, exclusions and limitations. Discounts and savings opportunities subject to eligibility requirements. Subject to underwriting requirements. Insurance underwritten by one of the following companies: Auto Club Insurance Association, MemberSelect Insurance Company, Auto Club Group Insurance Company or non-affiliated insurance companies. ©2020 The Auto Club Group. All rights reserved.

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