The state of Michigan requires drivers to have property protection coverage of up to $1 million. This type of auto insurance covers the cost of damages you cause to property like buildings, poles, fences, mailboxes and similar structures as well as parked cars. To have these costs covered, the damage must be caused unintentionally and be done to someone else's property (not your own).
An agent can give you more information about Michigan car insurance requirements and property protection coverage so you can make an educated decision about the coverage levels you want. Find an agent today.