Big discounts with new BMW insurance scheme
Posted on 17 Oct 2011
BMW enthusiasts can slash their insurance premiums by up to 25 per cent thanks to a new scheme launched by specialist broker Adrian Flux.
The new scheme is designed to cover any model of BMW, from the 1 series to the M5, Z4 and everything in between, old and new.
Optional track day cover for club events can also be included to give owners the chance to legally test their car’s performance.
The biggest discounts apply to members of clubs including the BMW Car Club, BMW Club, BMW Drivers Club, or communities such as the E30 Zone, M3 Cutters and the Alpina Register.
Gerry Bucke, general manager at Adrian Flux, said club members typified the enthusiasm for their cars shared by the country’s largest specialist insurance broker.
“BMW drivers tend to take pride in and look after their cars, and club members obviously take that to the next level with a real passion for their motor,” he added.
“It’s only fair that that’s recognised in their insurance premium, and we’ve negotiated a scheme that gives a far bigger discount to club members than normal to reflect the type of driver we want to insure.
“Many of our staff are club members themselves, so we understand how people feel about their cars and wilk go the extra mile the get the best rates.”
Flux also has schemes for modified and classic BMWs, young drivers and limited mileage policies.
For further information about Adrian Flux’s range of BMW insurance schemes, seewww.adrianflux.co.uk/bmw or call free on 0800 369 8590.
Eligible clubs and communities: BMW Car Club, BMW Club, BMW Owners Club, E30 Zone, E36Coupe.com, AlpinaRegister.com, BMWland.co.uk, M3 Cutters.
- Bob Marley once said that BMW stood for Bob Marley and the Wailers.
- It actually stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke (in English: Bavarian Motor Works)
- The BMW badge takes its colours from the Bavarian flag.
- BMW made motorcycles before car production began in 1928
- The first car was an Austin Seven built under licence
- BMW lost its Eisenach car plant to the Russian sector. Its Munich plant was heavily damaged (with all worthwhile machinery taken as war reparation).
- The company survived making pots and pans, spades and bicycles
- The 3-series was launched in 1975