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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 16th October 2013, 14:59 Thread Starter
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Adrian Flux :)

So I've just renewed my Type-R with adrian flux.
Last year I paid 650, made a claim for a windscreen,
Had my renewal for over 700 rang up to cancel and they came back with 400.
I declared some mods(first time I've done that)
Came back at 400.
This is the first year in 9 years of driving I've been able to pay for my insurance upfront.

Also last year my work forced me to have Buissness insurance.
So I rang adrian flux they added it on for free. Not even an admin charge.

I no you only no if a insurance company is any good when u make a claim but so far so good.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 16th October 2013, 18:14
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Aye they pretty good Graham - 300 with all my mods declared
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Only got 5 years no claims and got a quote for 462 for my 2.2 with all mods declared. Direct line wanted 691 with no mods declared. Well chuffed.
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Yup, the only place that would insure me and so far so good
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Did my insurance through them last week for 315 including business cover so I was happy with them
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Got my insurance through them also for my FN2, 401 with 300 excess and 6 years protected no claims. Made up with that.

Used to insure my old EP3 with them also, but that was 1k
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Saw this, and just gave Adrian Flux a try.... over 1100, so rather disappointing!
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