Adrian Flux Insurance Services - up to 15% discount for Qashqai forum members'........

Adrian Flux is the UK's largest specialist motor insurance provider. With a special discount just for forum members.
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Adrian Flux Insurance Services - up to 15% discount for Qashqai forum members'........

Post by DAN@ADRIAN FLUX » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:44 pm

Qashqai Forum - Insurance Scheme with Adrian Flux – Tel: 0344 381 7512...........................

Adrian Flux Insurance Services are pleased to have the opportunity to serve the Qashqai forum and provide its members’ with competitive and bespoke policies for their Qashqai's and any other vehicle they may own.

As one of the UK’s most respected specialist insurance intermediaries we have a panel of insurers who we will use to find members the most appropriate policy – with of course a club discount.

All this is possible, because we know that Qashqai forum members' are enthusiasts of this Nissan model, who have the experience of owning and driving these vehicles and are much less likely to make a claim than the average driver, and so we've been able to create special schemes that reward safe drivers like you.

Get cheaper Nissan Qashqai Insurance from Adrian Flux...........................

TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS

We have a panel of insurers who are able to provide Nissan Qashqai forum club members the following benefits:

• Instant quotations and cover
• Non-standard risks accepted, including:-
• High risk areas
• Unusual occupations
• Convictions
• Track day cover (please specify if required – not available with every policy)
• Laid up/Transit/In construction cover available
• Maximum introductory no claims bonus
• Full Breakdown and Recovery from £56.00 (optional)
• Protected NCB available
• Driving of other cars cover available (differs from insurer-to-insurer, our staff will advise)
• European Green Card Cover
• Agreed value cover available – typically for vehicles over 10 years old - (Please ask if the policy provides this at quotation).

Discounts are available for

• Security Precautions
• Experience of driving your Nissan Qashqai
• Low mileage
• Restricted driving
• Advanced Driving qualifications
• Discounts for other cars owned and Household Insurance.

RING FOR A QUOTE

To take advantage of the club insurance scheme call the dedicated Club quotation line at Adrian Flux on 0344 381 7512 for your quotation. Lines are open 9.00 am to 7.00 pm Monday to Friday. 9.00am – 4.00pm Saturday.

Please mention "Motoring Nation" club membership when calling Flux.

GENERAL INSURANCE QUESTIONS

There is a specific area on the discussion forum for general questions about insuring Nissan's. Adrian Flux Insurance Services will be on hand to answer any questions posted.

We have a member of staff – Dan@AdrianFlux who will monitor the forum and offer general advice where requested.


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Re: Adrian Flux Insurance Services - up to 15% discount for Qashqai forum members'........

Post by switchback » Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:28 pm

That's handy. The renewal for my Grinnall Scorpion policy with Adrian Flux has just come through, I'll give it a go and let you know how I get on 8-) .

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Re: Adrian Flux Insurance Services - up to 15% discount for Qashqai forum members'........

Post by gloucester » Wed Jun 20, 2018 7:31 am

Interesting. If only purchasing car insurance could be easier and more straightforward - here's my recent experience:

I was with Flux Direct (part of Adrian Flux) for about seven years when owning my Fabias prior to getting my Qashqai. They were always competitive.

When I bought my Qashqai in 2016 they refused to transfer the policy to it (*); instead I had to have a refund which was not at all pro-rata and was biased (to the tune of £50 extra I seem to recall) to me taking out a new policy with them.

I did this at a cost of £226.63 because the alternative quotes I could find were not more than £50 less.

However come renewal in 2017 Flux Direct wanted £259.81 - an unreasonable increase in my view - and I took out a policy with AA Insurance who offered a really competitive £170.95.

However come renewal in 2018 AA Insurance wanted £252.02 - an unreasonable increase in my view - and I took out a policy with Hastings Direct who offered a competitive £187.65.

Why can't car insurance go up in line with inflation? (**) Why do we have to perform this annual dance around the companies?





* - apparently it was only for cars owned at least six months - I've never come across such a peculiarity before.

** - please don't give the excuse that claims are increasing. My policy with Flux Direct in 2009 for a Fabia vRS was £207.77
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Re: Adrian Flux Insurance Services - up to 15% discount for Qashqai forum members'........

Post by DAN@ADRIAN FLUX » Wed Jun 20, 2018 10:49 am

gloucester wrote:
Wed Jun 20, 2018 7:31 am
Interesting. If only purchasing car insurance could be easier and more straightforward - here's my recent experience:

I was with Flux Direct (part of Adrian Flux) for about seven years when owning my Fabias prior to getting my Qashqai. They were always competitive.

When I bought my Qashqai in 2016 they refused to transfer the policy to it (*); instead I had to have a refund which was not at all pro-rata and was biased (to the tune of £50 extra I seem to recall) to me taking out a new policy with them.

I did this at a cost of £226.63 because the alternative quotes I could find were not more than £50 less.

However come renewal in 2017 Flux Direct wanted £259.81 - an unreasonable increase in my view - and I took out a policy with AA Insurance who offered a really competitive £170.95.

However come renewal in 2018 AA Insurance wanted £252.02 - an unreasonable increase in my view - and I took out a policy with Hastings Direct who offered a competitive £187.65.

Why can't car insurance go up in line with inflation? (**) Why do we have to perform this annual dance around the companies?


* - apparently it was only for cars owned at least six months - I've never come across such a peculiarity before.

** - please don't give the excuse that claims are increasing. My policy with Flux Direct in 2009 for a Fabia vRS was £207.77


Hi there,

Thanks for taking the time to post your own experiences of obtaining motor insurance. Without viewing your own details I cannot comment on why your existing insurer back in 2017 for the Fabia were unable to cover the Qashqai - however, as an intermediary (not the insurer) we often find that insurers are favourable on certain models but not others. That's understandable if their claims statistics are skewed towards certain vehicles that they are experiencing high claims / theft ratios on. It's on these occasions we have to locate you a new policy which could potentially be the reason.

Insurers are across the board putting on general rate increases - whilst not being an actuary there won't be much correlation between these increases and the general rate of inflation - it's unfortunately a lot more complex than that. The general driving public will be unaware of the recent changes to the Ogden tables - which are in effect the governments method of calculating personal injury claims. This has had a significant impact on rate increases as the insurers claims reserves have to be bolstered to cover those who have unfortunately suffered life changing injuries. The insurers settlement figures based around the Ogden tables will inevitably be increased. Here's an article that explains the issue:-

https://www.theguardian.com/business/20 ... ogden-rate

Whilst we appreciate that it is slightly inconvenient to search each year if you are experiencing rate increases, it's likely attributable to factors briefly mentioned above but slightly beyond the scope of these posts.

It's worth mentioning that the motor market is extremely competitive and with plenty of companies around this enables the UK motorist to get a fair deal in general.

I hope that this goes someway to explaining the situation.

Dan


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