The Whitmer administration announced that Michigan had begun distributing $400 refunds per vehicle to eligible Michiganders.

Anita Fox, DIFS director, said auto insurers would automatically deliver refunds to qualifying drivers in cheques or direct deposits.

To avoid delays, users should double-check that their insurer has their current address and financial information.

Fox also advised motorists to look for potential fraud, such as scammers calling consumers for personal information.

Anyone who had a vehicle, motorcycle, or RV insured under a policy that enabled them to operate in Michigan as of October 31, 2021, is eligible for a refund.

The insurance companies will be responsible for delivering checks or ACH transfers to qualified policyholders. 

DIFS will instruct insurers to provide refund cheques or ACH transfers to customers as quickly as possible.

However, the time limit is 60 days after the money is transferred to the Insurance companies.

Consumers can contact the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services at 833-ASK-DIFS (833-275-3437) Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m

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