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#1461258 - 02/12/2013 22:32 Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again
Gunzi Offline
Club Member 189
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Registered: 30/08/2007
Posts: 6464
Loc: Southsea
For the second year running Adrian Flux came up trumps again with no rise in cost -> £330. 5k limited mileage with commuting, 0 points and 7 years NCB.

Glynwood were the second closest at £337 under a classic policy, but I stuck with Flux to keep my NCB growing. No one else I rang was near!

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#1461276 - 03/12/2013 01:31 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Rudidudi Offline
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Registered: 23/12/2005
Posts: 1670
Loc: SW London
NCB? Therefore not a classic policy?

Seems like a decent quote considering that commuting will bump up the premium as well. Fully comp presumably?

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#1461286 - 03/12/2013 08:23 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Mark_S Offline
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Registered: 19/12/2005
Posts: 4742
Loc: Haslemere, Surrey
Originally Posted By: Gunzi
For the second year running Adrian Flux came up trumps again with no rise in cost -> £330. 5k limited mileage with commuting, 0 points and 7 years NCB.

Glynwood were the second closest at £337 under a classic policy, but I stuck with Flux to keep my NCB growing. No one else I rang was near!


Same experience for me, Flux beat everybody by >£50
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#1461344 - 03/12/2013 14:27 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Rudidudi]
Gunzi Offline
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Registered: 30/08/2007
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Loc: Southsea
Originally Posted By: Rudidudi
NCB? Therefore not a classic policy?

Seems like a decent quote considering that commuting will bump up the premium as well. Fully comp presumably?


Yes a fully comp 'normal' policy with commuting, not classic. I live in a city and it's parked on the road at night.

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#1461363 - 03/12/2013 16:26 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
nismo Offline
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Registered: 21/12/2007
Posts: 15136
Loc: London
flux are always the best quote for me too .
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#1461399 - 03/12/2013 20:23 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Rudidudi Offline
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Registered: 23/12/2005
Posts: 1670
Loc: SW London
Originally Posted By: Gunzi
Yes a fully comp 'normal' policy with commuting, not classic. I live in a city and it's parked on the road at night.


sounds like an awesome deal

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#1461410 - 03/12/2013 21:22 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Craig1989 Offline
Making a profit

Registered: 18/06/2013
Posts: 220
Loc: South Wales
Good news. Mine is up in a month so going start phoning around starting with flux.

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#1480583 - 24/03/2014 22:26 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
volumex Offline
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Registered: 02/12/2006
Posts: 1349
Loc: stockport
flux did my renewal £460 fully comp domestic only 4k a year and parked on the street .... same as last year

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#1480592 - 24/03/2014 23:17 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
baz4205 Offline
On a journey

Registered: 29/05/2013
Posts: 128
Loc: scotland denny
I got my coupe insured for £260 fully comp with a admiral multicar policy 3k a year and parked up drive.I have one years no claims as I use coupe as third car so my no claims are used on other cars

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#1499808 - 22/07/2014 23:58 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Gunzi Offline
Club Member 189
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Registered: 30/08/2007
Posts: 6464
Loc: Southsea
Since getting this policy I've added a stainless exhaust and induction kit for zero additional cost. Very happy with that!

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#1502668 - 12/08/2014 00:18 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Rudidudi Offline
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Registered: 23/12/2005
Posts: 1670
Loc: SW London
flux couldnt match footman james.

the quote i got today was for
parked on the drive,
agreed valuation,
legal and
salvage purchase option.
Mods include exhaust and lowered suspension.
fully comp

2000 miles £248, or £215 without the lowered suspension...

Getting old has some benefits!

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#1514479 - 05/11/2014 14:04 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Gunzi Offline
Club Member 189
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Registered: 30/08/2007
Posts: 6464
Loc: Southsea
...and now for the third year running Flux came up trumps. I have the same details as above which came in at £310 but with a Front Mount added to the policy and 3,000 miles per year. This includes free legal cover too.

Sarah at Glynwood was £3 less but I decided to go with Adrian Flux as it keeps the NCB ticking over and I get 3rd party cover on other vehicles. Footman James were £376 this year.

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#1514721 - 07/11/2014 12:26 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Richie007 Offline
Making a profit

Registered: 16/10/2013
Posts: 390
Loc: Eastbourne, Sussex
I thought I'd add myself to the list. Just taken out my first policy with Adrian Flux. I was with AXA. Adrian was cheaper and also came with the Guaranteed Valuation. Protected No Claims at £203. But I do live in the middle of nowhere and its garaged.

I tried Sarah at Glywood which was around £100 more and as above I keep my NCB ticking

Couldn't be more pleased and impressed!!
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#1514852 - 09/11/2014 09:47 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
nismo Offline
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Registered: 21/12/2007
Posts: 15136
Loc: London
flux are always the best quote for me too , £245 this year and on a London postcode .
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360bhp coupe gone , now M5 f10 700bhp

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#1514899 - 09/11/2014 17:28 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Richie007 Offline
Making a profit

Registered: 16/10/2013
Posts: 390
Loc: Eastbourne, Sussex
I thought mine was cheap, but in London that is good, specially with your mods
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#1530586 - 20/03/2015 12:09 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
go_fast_Chris Offline
Enjoying the ride

Registered: 19/04/2014
Posts: 517
Loc: North Wales, UK
Adrian Flux gets my vote... just insured mine with them complete with all mods / current spec for 10K.... cost me £285.

i am a happy bunny with that smile
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Moon Grey VT6.
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#1531153 - 24/03/2015 00:42 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
coupedummy Offline
Club member 1341
Je suis un Coupé

Registered: 25/09/2006
Posts: 8934
Loc: west bromwich
Adrian flux wanted 1k plus for me?


Edited by coupedummy (24/03/2015 00:42)
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#1532695 - 03/04/2015 21:13 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Darlo_Nick Offline
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Registered: 11/08/2006
Posts: 1844
Loc: Darlo / Leeds
Adrian Flux quoted the cheapest for me this year..... But then my current insurer (Brentacre) matched it! Worth giving them both a try!
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#1538930 - 23/05/2015 11:54 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
All_Couped_Up Offline
On a journey

Registered: 28/02/2006
Posts: 169
Loc: Chelmsford,Essex
Flux again for me at renewal, agreed value, limited mileage =£165 (but I am on old git so price may be because of grey hair !)

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#1546592 - 07/08/2015 23:11 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
ScouseCoupe Offline
Club member 1433
Enjoying the ride

Registered: 10/04/2015
Posts: 454
Loc: Huangdao & Ayrshire
Mine is with AF inc breakdown £102.00 fully comp with no excess.
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#1585629 - 28/09/2016 20:20 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
nismo Offline
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Registered: 21/12/2007
Posts: 15136
Loc: London
Flux came up trumps again at renewal time , 9k agreed value , 5k limited mileage = £233 with a London postcode .
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360bhp coupe gone , now M5 f10 700bhp

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#1585639 - 28/09/2016 23:21 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: nismo]
Edinburgh Offline
Club member 225
Je suis un Coupé

Registered: 04/03/2007
Posts: 9918
Loc: Auld Reekie
Is it garaged Ian?
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So there, Photobucket...

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#1585668 - 29/09/2016 10:05 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
nismo Offline
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Registered: 21/12/2007
Posts: 15136
Loc: London
No but on a driveway .
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#1588942 - 18/11/2016 23:31 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Gunzi Offline
Club Member 189
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Registered: 30/08/2007
Posts: 6464
Loc: Southsea
And again this year!

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#1610855 - 02/11/2017 13:02 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Gunzi Offline
Club Member 189
Forum is my life

Registered: 30/08/2007
Posts: 6464
Loc: Southsea
And another year:

Flux £390
Footman James £450
Classic Line £561

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#1616636 - 28/02/2018 17:38 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Dazvr6 Offline
Club member 1313
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Registered: 23/10/2013
Posts: 1240
Loc: Staffs
Great price for me this year!

£234 with coilovers, 18" alloys, brake discs, exhaust, wheel spacers added and 4k limited mileage and not garaged.

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#1616918 - 05/03/2018 16:31 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
JamesyBoy5593 Offline
Reaping the fruits

Registered: 04/01/2006
Posts: 93
Loc: Bristol
Guys, advice please...

I've been with Adrian Flux for years due to my standard Coup now being "modified". I've made only subtle changes, Eibach's/LE skirts/LE front bumper/SuperSprint exhaust/Forge DV006 dump valve. It's been insured as TPFT on 1000k per year for peanuts of a premium, for about 5 years.

Now that I've just spent 4k on chassis work and a front end re-spray, plus lots of time spend by me (basically saving lots of labour @ £60 per hour) I want to insure it fully comprehensive and set the value myself.

Question is how much for?? What are the current values? I've seen much opinion of a "future classic" and that prices should rise etc but how do you actually quantify this?

My Coup is a good low mileage example, only slightly enhanced but generally unmolested, what it worth? Add 4k to the mix for money just spent ans that what I want to insure it for.
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#1616948 - 06/03/2018 02:04 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Gunzi Offline
Club Member 189
Forum is my life

Registered: 30/08/2007
Posts: 6464
Loc: Southsea
I imagine you may be asked to provide proof as to why you showing you Coupe has a sudden increase in value so its best to try and find similar Coupes which are for sale in similar condition or mileage or modification or all three. You can present these to the insurer.

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#1616970 - 06/03/2018 12:10 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
JamesyBoy5593 Offline
Reaping the fruits

Registered: 04/01/2006
Posts: 93
Loc: Bristol
Just renewed again with Adrian Flux (again using Marker Study for cover). I upgraded from TPFT to Fully Comp, 1000m miles a year to 4000m, added commuting, upped the value from £3000 to the max they would go which is £5500. The premium rose from £205 to £293, not bad. I threw in breakdown cover for another £56 so the DD will £40.68 x 10.This is still a Classic policy so there is no 'no claims bonus' being accrued but not an issue as I have this built up on the main car anyway.

I may still hack it out with the 'Agreed Value' team to get the value raised more. Hopefully pictures of an immaculate car, examples of what it would cost to go and buy another one of similar mileage and condition, and proof of recent work done may sway them.

I'm just worried about some idiot stuffing me up the arse like what happened to Cheech and feeling hard done by with the payout after lots of recent spend and hours of work.
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#1619835 - 02/05/2018 21:51 Re: Adrian Flux Came Up Trumps Again [Re: Gunzi]
Ali_and_Marvin Offline
Club member 1311
On a journey

Registered: 27/01/2006
Posts: 128
Loc: Oxon / Berks
As my current insurer Academy (previously Glynwood) haven't even sent me a renewal invitation for my renewal next week despite me chasing, grr I've just moved to Adrian Flux (using Kinetic for cover). They came in at £260 which was £85 less than Hagerty quoted for what seems to be the same cover. I'm assured I can get my current agreed value of £10k (subject to the usual photo evidence etc).

It seems that even with the same classic insurer they are brokers so we can end up with different limits to cover.
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