Skokie 1Skokie is a village located in Cook County in the U.S. state of Illinois. Home to a population of over 64,700 residents, Skokie has been incorporated since 1888 and is a major part of the Chicago Metropolitan Statistical Area, the third-largest in the U.S. and anchored by Chicago, the third-largest city in the country. Skokie for years was the largest village in the United States by population, though it has since been surpassed by several different villages in the Chicago area, notably Arlington Heights, the largest. Skokie is an integral part of the Chicago area and is located only a few miles from the downtown core of Chicago. Because it sits so close to the city, Skokie’s roads are mostly continuations of Chicago streets, despite being an independent village.

Basic Facts About Skokie

  • Current population: 64,700
  • Current mayor: George Van Dusen
  • Total area: 10.06 sq mi
  • Official website:
  • Located in: Cook County
  • Founded in: 1888 (incorporated)
  • Zip codes: 60076-60077, 60203
  • Area codes: 224, 847

Auto Transport to and from Skokie

With its location so close to Chicago proper, it’s not surprising that Skokie shares Chicago’s popularity among auto transport carriers, as it’s generally easy to get to and from and within an area that sees almost continual auto transport traffic throughout the year. Though Skokie’s population is not that high, all things considered, the area it sits in is a popular one, so getting your vehicle into or out of Skokie should not be any more difficult than shipping from or to Chicago. This does depend on the carrier company and the routes that they are taking, and there may be some areas in the Chicago metro area outside of Skokie that will be cheaper, which is still useful if you’re shipping on a budget.

Interstate 94 runs north-south through Skokie, the only interstate to run through the city. I-94 is not the most popular interstate for carriers, as its route takes them further north of Chicago to areas of Wisconsin, which are not nearly as popular among customers as the Chicago area. This may make Skokie a bit more expensive to run routes into or out of for carriers, which may mean you can save money by moving your pickup or delivery out of Skokie and into another area of the Chicago metro area that’s a bit easier for carriers to get to or from. At the same time, Skokie is literally right next to Chicago, so the entire thing may be moot – talk to a representative for more information.

To get in contact with a live agent who knows about the industry and how best to get your vehicle shipped, make sure you fill out our free online auto transport quote request form. It takes only a minute and gets you multiple free quotes emailed to you from some of the best auto transport companies in the industry. Once you get your quotes you can compare prices and services and discuss your shipment into or out of Skokie with a live agent in more detail. If you have further questions about our services, or need some help getting your free quotes, you can call us toll-free at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our live auto transport experts, who can answer questions, give advice and help you get your free quotes today.

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