Senate Bill 638 would repeal Michigan's very punitive Driver Responsibility Law as of October 2007. This is the law that adds hundreds or thousands of dollars to ticket fines over three years and improperly suspends the drivers license of those that do not or cannot pay.
It is similar to the new law just enacted in Virginia, and has created huge problems for Michigan motorists. The NMA has testified against this law and we believe it should be repealed. You can find out more information about the bill, including its full text, at this link:
We urge you to contact your legislators and let them know how you feel. You can find out who your legislators are by visiting this site. Join the fight now to protect your motorist's rights