Sterling Heights Car Insurance

Situated in gorgeous Macomb County, the city of Sterling Heights, Michigan is perhaps one of the state's best kept secrets. As the second largest suburb of Detroit, Sterling Heights has earned its place as the fourth largest city in the state of Michigan. Still, despite its distinction as part of the gorgeous Clinton River watershed, Sterling Heights doesn't seem to gain nearly as much attention as it really deserves. With a population just over 127,000 people, Sterling Heights can easily be considered a melting pot of nationalities. In the year 2000, the census showed that more than 5,000 people living in the city were born in Iraq. Large percentages of the population were born in India, Italy, and Poland as well. The rest of the people living in Sterling Heights were born in the United States but come from Polish, German, Italian, Irish, English, and Assyrian descents. Only 4% of the population, at that time, was considered 100% American.

The 36.7 square mile city of Sterling Heights is not only a cultural melting pot but is a destination for fun and excitement as well. The famous Freedom Hill Park is one of the city's most famous attractions, featuring a large area used for car shows, flea markets, and as parking for shows in the amphitheater - considered the 2nd largest in the state. Each year the city hosts the Sterlingfest event in Dodge Park, featuring carnival rides, performances, and food, and the American-Polish Festival with food and performances by local Polish groups.

Because Sterling Heights is so open to citizens from all descents, it is a popular destination for people looking for a quiet and friendly location. As such, you must remember to purchase Sterling Heights car insurance as soon as possible after moving into the state of Michigan. Before searching for Sterling Heights auto insurance quotes you must familiarize yourself with Michigan auto insurance law. The minimum level of bodily injury liability coverage in Michigan is $20,000 per person or $40,000 per accident. The minimum level of property damage liability coverage you can carry is $10,000. Personal injury protection, to cover your medical bills, is required but uninsured motorist coverage, to protect you if another driver is underinsured, is not mandatory.

By entering your zip code into our system you can easily obtain a wide variety of Sterling Heights car insurance quotes. We'll take your information, shop it to several different automobile insurance carriers licensed in the state of Michigan, and send you a series of quotes to choose from. All you have to do is make sure the limits are as high as you desire, compare the rates, and choose your favorite company. It's really that simple!

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