Insurance Navy has helped families stay afloat with affordable auto insurance, SR-22, renters coverage, and homeowners insurance for over 15 years. Our motto has always been to have our customers feel like they have a naval fleet of supportive agents to offer them the best in affordability, especially when it comes to car insurance.
Our variety of car insurance packages provides the right amount of flexibility to fit your budget needs. No matter if you are a first-time car or homeowner or maybe owned several before coming to Insurance Navy, we offer better coverage and rates than our leading competitor for car insurance in Palatine.
Suppose you happen to live in Palatine or its surrounding areas of Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Inverness, Deer Park, or Rolling Meadows. In that case, you can contact our auto insurance company for a variety of reasons: for the best and fastest quotes on car insurance, questions about your rates, and any concerns you might have regarding your auto insurance.
At all times, drivers of vehicles registered in the state of Illinois must keep a copy of their insurance card on their person while driving.
If you're stopped and unable to produce proof of insurance, you'll be expected to present it in court. You'll be fined $100 if you don't have a valid car insurance. There are several critical insurance prerequisites for Illinois drivers with the minimum required coverage:
The minimum bodily injury coverage for each person is $25,000
Liability coverage for property damage: $20,000
Bodily injury caused by an uninsured motorist: $20,000
Property Damage Due to an Uninsured Motorist: $15,000
Under-insured driver coverage: $25,000
It's non-negotiable that you have liability insurance. If you decide not to purchase uninsured motorist coverage, you can. Of course, we do not condone such behavior, especially since 13.7% of drivers in Illinois are uninsured, according to estimates.
Collision, comprehensive, and gap insurance are all examples of optional coverages that may be included in your auto policy. Of course, comprehensive and collision coverage are also available. Although comprehensive coverage includes "acts of God" and other matters beyond a person's control, such as fire or flood, it does not cover medical costs or damage from a collision. Collision coverage protects you against property damage caused by collisions, regardless of who's at fault, including hit-and-runs and other incidents. It does not, however, cover “Acts of God.”
Give us a call today about your car insurance coverage needs. Our customer service representatives are waiting eagerly by the phone. We look forward to speaking with you.
Like most suburban Chicago towns, many acclaimed sports players hail from and around Palatine. Former Major League Baseball player Todd Hundley and Green Bay Packers Quarterback Scott Tolzien both attended high school in Palatine, while former linebacker, Jim Schwantz, is currently the mayor of Palatine. Palatine’s sister city is Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendée, France.
Palatine is in Cook County.
Their motto is, “A real Hometown.”
Palatine’s current population, as of 2019, is around 67,482
If you are looking to call the non-emergency police or fire department, be sure to call these numbers:
Palatine Village Hall is located at: 200 East Wood St, Palatine, IL 60067
Only an hour from downtown Chicago, Palatine residents can reach Chicago city limits by car and the Metra train. The commute via the Metra Union Pacific/Northwest Line train is approximately an hour and ten minutes.
Illinois Route 53 runs through Palatine, which provides easy access to Interstate 90 and Interstate 290, which both lead directly to Downtown Chicago.
In July of 2019, the population of Palatine was approximated by the United States Census Bureau to be 67,482. It is estimated that the owner-occupied housing unit rate for 2015-2019 was at 69%, and this is comparable to the rate for Illinois residents at 66.1%.