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If you live in Indianapolis or the surrounding areas of Beech Grove, Warren Park, Lawrence, Speedway, or anywhere across Central Indiana including Terre Haute, we can provide you with the auto insurance, SR22 insurance, homeowners insurance and renters insurance plans you need.
Whether you've just passed your driving test and bought your first car, or you're a new homeowner, or moving into your first apartment, we are here to assist you. We are here to help make insuring your home or vehicle as easy as possible in any way we can. So, don't hesitate to reach out for our services.
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Indianapolis at a Glance
Indianapolis is both the largest city in Indiana and the capital city of the state. Logistics, distribution, manufacturing, and transportation are important to the economy of Indianapolis. Indianapolis is home to the legendary Indy 500 automobile race, the biggest single-day sporting event in the world. Additionally, Indianapolis is the birthplace of many great athletes, including Olympic Gold Medalists Euphrasia Donnelly, a swimmer, and Lauren Holiday, a soccer player.
Incorporated: Indianapolis was incorporated as a town in 1832 and as a city in 1847.
Population: 853,173 as of July 2015 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency you can contact the Indianapolis Police Department at 317-327-3811. You can contact the Indianapolis Fire Department in a non-emergency at 317-327-6041.
Secretary of State Office:
200 W Washington St Ste 201
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Indianapolis City Hall:
200 E Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Automotive / Transportation in Indianapolis:
Interstates 65, 69, 70 and 74 intersect Indianapolis, and the city is often referred to as the 'Crossroads of America'.
For local travel, Indianapolis is served by the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, branded as 'IndyGo'.
It is possible to travel greater distances via the Amtrak rail service. Those who enjoy travelling by air can also make use of the Indianapolis International Airport.
Residents & Homeowners in Indianapolis:
The United States Census Bureau recorded the owner-occupied housing rate in Indianapolis, for 2010-2014, at 55%. The median value of these homes was $117,200.