Hoffman Estates Car Insurance
United Auto Insurance is proud to serve families in Hoffman Estates and the surrounding areas of Schaumburg, Palatine, Inverness, South Barrington, and Streamwood. Based in Chicago, we've been serving the Northwest Suburbs for over 50 years. We are committed to providing the very best insurance packages, quality service and economical rates to our customers.
Whether you have recently purchased your first car, are new to insurance or are simply looking to find a provider that can better fulfill your needs, we are here to help! Contact us today for a quote in minutes, or speak to one of our representatives for answers to your questions and advice tailored to you, your family, and your vehicle or home.
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Hoffman Estates at a Glance
The Village of Hoffman Estates is located to the northwest of Chicago. Hoffman Estates is home to the Sears Centre Arena, which boasts over 100 events booked annually, and is a huge attraction both for Hoffman Estates residents and tourists visiting the local area.
Counties: Cook & Kane
Motto: 'Growing to Greatness'
Population: Estimated at 52,347 in July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency, the Hoffman Estates Police Department can be contacted on 847-781-2800. The Hoffman Estates Fire Department can be contacted in a non-emergency on 847-843-4825.
Hoffman Estates Village Hall:
1900 Hassell Rd
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169
Automotive / Transportation in Hoffman Estates
Residents of Hoffman Estates and its visitors can reach downtown Chicago in under an hour by car. Hoffman Estates is also around a 30 minute drive from O'Hare International Airport, and approximately an hour's drive from Midway International Airport.
Residents & Homeowners in Hoffman Estates
The United States Census Bureau estimated the population of Hoffman Estates village, Illinois at 52,347 in July 2014. It also noted the owner-occupied housing rate at 75.2% for the period of 2010-2014, which is high in comparison to the 66.9% recorded for the state of Illinois.