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I got my renewal email from Adrian Flux 3 weeks ago. It's due at midnight tonight. The email wasn't 100% clear if it auto renews or you need to call them to ensure it's renewed with your verbal consent.
Can someone confirm?

Also, the extra confusion comes from an email i got from them yesterday. It's contents are PDF documents with my new insurance documents from the company they set me up with Equity. Does this mean it is auto renewed? Also, can i then just contact equity direct to renew next time or would it have to be through Flux as they are the broker?

Final thing. On the Equity documents it lists my car with it's mods as as specialist vehicle. I'm guessing this is a broad term for a modified vehicle? I quoted all mods to flux and declared them on a document last time. It also has a part i'm meant to sign and send back. Does this get sent back to Flux or Equity though? It's on the equity policy at the bottom.
 

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I got my renewal email from Adrian Flux 3 weeks ago. It's due at midnight tonight. The email wasn't 100% clear if it auto renews or you need to call them to ensure it's renewed with your verbal consent.
Can someone confirm?

Also, the extra confusion comes from an email i got from them yesterday. It's contents are PDF documents with my new insurance documents from the company they set me up with Equity. Does this mean it is auto renewed? Also, can i then just contact equity direct to renew next time or would it have to be through Flux as they are the broker?

Final thing. On the Equity documents it lists my car with it's mods as as specialist vehicle. I'm guessing this is a broad term for a modified vehicle? I quoted all mods to flux and declared them on a document last time. It also has a part i'm meant to sign and send back. Does this get sent back to Flux or Equity though? It's on the equity policy at the bottom.
Mine auto renewed through Flux and Equity Redstar last week, didn't have to do a thing :thumbs_up:

It does say somewhere, they give you payment options and it says if you don't want to continue the policy to contact them, if not they'll take £xx.xx on a specified date.
 

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Mine auto renewed through Flux and Equity Redstar last week, didn't have to do a thing :thumbs_up:

It does say somewhere, they give you payment options and it says if you don't want to continue the policy to contact them, if not they'll take £xx.xx on a specified date.
Excellent. Did you print off and sign that bit at the bottom of the Equity Redstar form? If so, who did you send it back to?
 

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Excellent. Did you print off and sign that bit at the bottom of the Equity Redstar form? If so, who did you send it back to?
I have sent them absolutely nothing, I've read thier emails and basically filed them, that's it. The first email they sent me about 4 weeks before the renewal had an attached PDF which on the first page about half way down said:

The premium will be collected in 10 instalments of £70.32 by Premium Credit Limited
(see next page for details of instalment fees), the first of which is due on the renewal
date (Although in practice the first instalment may not be taken until up to 3 working
days after the renewal date). Your payments will be deducted from bank account
ending in ********, if this is not correct please contact ourselves prior to your
renewal date.
If you do not wish to renew the policy it is essential that you contact us AT LEAST 5
DAYS before the renewal date.
Hope that helps
 
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