Automotive Schools in Michigan (MI)

Michigan is the nation's automotive capital, but it's also home to Motown music and lakeside views since the state touches four out of five Great Lakes. Lansing is the state capital, but Detroit, better known as "Motor City," is the largest city in the state, world-famous for automobile manufacturing and host to the annual North American International Auto Show. When you're not under the hood, check out the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn, Michigan, which houses more than 65 vehicles showcasing Daimler Chrysler's American heritage, the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, housing the Classic Car Club of America's museum and library, and the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, featuring 12 indoor acres of artifacts, including the Rosa Parks bus and the Kennedy limousine. During a behind-the-scenes tour of the Ford Rouge Factory, also in Dearborn, witnessing the production of a Ford F-150 will remind you that you're a part of a long legacy of people tied to the love and performance of autos.