Hagerty is as passionate about the classic Impala as you are, our deep knowledge of classic vehicles and their owners allows us to offer you better coverage for less. Whether you need to insure a 1964 Chevy Impala, a 1965 Impala SS, or a 1967 Impala convertible, Hagerty has classic Impala insurance covered. Welcome to the best classic Impala insurance you’ll find anywhere. With Hagerty, you’ll enjoy premiums that are up to 43% lower than daily driver insurance*.
What makes us the best? It begins with our Guaranteed Value™ coverage. Guaranteed Value means that we’ll help you set a fair value for your classic Impala, and in the unfortunate event of a covered total loss, you will get every cent of your car’s insured value**. No depreciation. No hassle.
In the event of a claim that’s not a total loss, our in-house, claims team always goes the extra mile to get you back on the road quickly with parts specialists who will hunt down even the rarest stock parts.
We also don’t force mileage restrictions***. We believe you should actually get to drive your classic Impala, which is why our Impala insurance covers you out for a pleasure drive, on ice cream runs with the family, at events, rallies, and on tour with Hagerty.
And then there are all the extras, including Roadside Service built for classics, with guaranteed flatbed towing. With our Valuation Tools, you can to build your own collector car portfolio with custom investment features, pictures of your cars, compare Impala values over time, and follow market trends. You’ll also gain unlimited access to Impala resources, newsletters & stories, and our classic car blog featuring everything you need to know about the Chevrolet Impala. You can even add your own story!
* Figure based upon 2014 consumer data collected by Hagerty on single car quotes, with premiums $5000 and under, from several daily driver (or “Everyday”) auto insurance carriers.
** Any deductible and/or salvage value if vehicle is retained by you will be subtracted from the total amount paid.
*** Occasional pleasure is allowed but use for daily driving to and from work or school, routine shopping, etc. is limited.