2.5 million cars in the U.S. were sold in 2016 and an additional 4.5-million were sold since the beginning of the year.
This year, the average price of a new car is $23,000, according to Autotrader.com, while a new SUV averages $34,600.
In 2016, Michigan became the first state to require vehicle owners to have a vehicle safety inspection and inspection of their vehicle every three years.
But that inspection doesn’t guarantee that the vehicle is safe to drive.
That means if a car is inspected twice, it may be unsafe to drive it.
A car is only safe to be driven by someone who has had the vehicle tested and has been cleared to drive, according the American Automobile Association.
The Michigan Legislature approved the state’s first-ever vehicle inspection law in 2018.
However, car safety inspections are only required in certain parts of the state.
For example, Michigan doesn’t require that a vehicle be inspected at an intersection, according a list of the vehicle safety inspections available on the state website.