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Adrian Flux Insurance Services are pleased to announce their association with theKia Owners Club and all its members' who enthusiastically support the Club.

We are able to offer up to 15% discount on policies for Club Members and would welcome enquiries from allKia owners, including young drivers and convicted drivers.

Why choose Adrian Flux Insurance Services?

For the past 30 years Adrian Flux Insurance Services has developed into the country's leading agent for Specialist Motor Insurance, providing services dedicated to the specific needs of our clients. This enables us to offer all drivers' competitive premiums and excellent service coupled with special discounted rates for Car Club members.

Our 'specialist' schemes enable us to provide very competitive premiums and added benefits such as free legal cover and breakdown cover at only £52 for Homestart and European cover.

Call today on Freephone: 0800 089 0035 or Click here: http://www.adrianflux.co.uk/quote/car/ref/KiaEPA01for a quote. Ifcontacting by telephone ensure you mention the Kia Owners Club for your 15% discount!
 

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Over £500 more than Elephant who im with already.
I insure my 56 plate xs auto for £380 and adrianflux wanted over £800

Bloody havin a laugh mate
 

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cheaper to insure my stilo 1.9 td with these charlatans than it is for my 1.0 picanto and to boot these



idiots want to charge me£65 to cancel the stilo policy 
 

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Adrian Flux, eh?
Used them once for cover on one of my classic American cars.

A woman drove into the rear quarter in a rusty old nail and tried to claim I'd reversed into her.

No witnesses but miraculous witnesses after the fact were provided by her insurers and were forwarded to me by my insurers. I pointed out to them that one of the "witness" statements was signed a different name than was on the named witness statement. I was quite prepared to go to court but my insurers believed her and said 50/50.

Never used them again and when the american car club I belong to heard about it none of my fellow members would either.
 

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I work for an insurance brokers andreading those posts, I'll probably just get a quote from work. Although, private car insurance prices are sky high at the moment, so not really surprised.
 

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To many people being suckered into believing these ambulance chasers... I'm 26 but in my day...an accident was an accident... And your lucky enough to walk away, count your blessings. If the guilty are actually to cause... Why are the police or courts sending them for retests or handing out points? Edited by: RichieD76
 

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P.s. married 26 Lincolnshire, 8yrs no claims, fully comp protected no claims, replacement new car in first year, breakdown cover, legal cover, ONLY £50 compulsory access for total loss with no voluntary. Brand new Kia pro-ceed 4. Valued at 16k.......£367 per yr.....renewal came through the post today. With tesco's. (A Flux £690)
P.p.s and tesco's still missed off I had use of numerous other vehicles so it may even come down more...but I doubt it. Edited by: RichieD76
 

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But people, what is yourvoluntaryexcess?Generally the cheaper the policy the higher the excess.

P.S I'm not an A Flux employee! Im an insurance investigator but do not get discounts :-(

I went from having an mazda RX8 (insurance about £900 with AFlux) to a Mazda 6 2ltr (about £638, swift) to the Carens 09 (swift, erm I think about £700 ish, with business cover, protected No claims, residents parking bay classed as off road, partner on insurance (put a woman on and it'll come down even if she has had a claim in the last 5 years, it saved me £100 !!!))

Age 40, 2 * sp30endorsements.

There are a few tips and tricks to get your insurance down ... and these mainly revolve around the fact that if you have a fully comp policy with more than one driver it's less of a fraud indicator.

HOWEVER: Do not ever front a policy. Meaning your 20yr old son has his own car, or you buy a car for him in your name and insure it but put your son on as a NAMED driver, not the MAIN driver. I've seen it all too often the son then wraps up the car, often killing or seriously injuring others. You will be found out ...... the insurance company will drop you like a hot brick and the best part is ....if anyone claims for personal injury ......... you could lose everything, house included.

I'm not preaching, just some advice.
 

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Totally agree. I never got help from my parents when I was younger. If kids want to drive, they have to earn it. Getting them cheap insurance while putting your own no claims at risk it plain idiotic. Some of my friends are paying £1400+ for banged up old pug 106's and the likes. All down to not having there own insurance and not gaining any no claims discount. I also think people in the first 5 yrs of driving that are caught drink driving should be banned for 5yr minimum term....but that's going off topic so.....Edited by: RichieD76
 

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Nothing to do with Flux, but am insured through them. My C4 was £200 (62, retired, limited mileage, etc), and the Venga only added £20 as newer car, but rated in Which Car mag as group 11 as opposed to C4 at 17, so expected it to be a lot lower. Will do a comparison trawl when renewal up in October.
 

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got my renewal quote from flux; £681.58 while 49yrs + ms & having 6ncb, what's wrong with these guys?

the hunt is open for better quotes
 

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had my ford galaxy with flux for 5 years £380 a year with no extras missed a payment then they wanted £780 for new policy went to privilage £250 (£25 pound a month)for same policy then change to the soul and it went up about £13 a month and that includes home start and legals wont touch flux with a barge pole or recommend them to anyone...go privilage insurance..
 
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