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Flux Direct is the online trading arm of Adrian Flux insurance and is run under a licence by Hertfordshire Insurance Consultants (HIC). Adrian Flux Insurance is an insurance broker and has been trading for over 40 years.
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Flux Direct is an insurance broker, this means it compares car insurance quotes from a panel of insurance companies to find the best deal.
Flux Direct works with car insurance providers rather than providing its own insurance.
It still has to be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in order to sell insurance.
Flux Direct works with several insurance providers to compare car insurance quotes.
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Family favourites face extinction
Some of nation's favourite cars face extinction by 2030, according Flux Direct’s parent company Adrian Flux.
Adrian Flux, which specialises in insuring classic cars, requested original data from the Department for Transport to find out which cars will no longer be on the UK’s roads in 10 years' time.
The top four included the Ford Mondeo, Ford Ka, Renault Megane and Peugeot 206.
Matt Allen, product head at Adrian Flux, said: 'With the future of the car looking electric, the prospect of extinction looms large for many older vehicles.'
Allen did note some cars, such as the Mercedes-Benz E 320 were not considered to be classic when they were first wheeled off the production line. 'So perhaps we will still be creating bespoke policies for these vehicles, some converted to electric, for many years to come.'
Ford Mondeo. Estimated extinction date: spring 2029
Ford Ka. Estimated extinction date: spring 2027
Renault Megane. Estimated extinction date: spring 2026
Peugeot 206. Estimated extinction date: spring 2022