How do I download the FluxScore app?
What are the FluxScore black box rules?
We don’t have too many rules; we’ve tried to make FluxScore as flexible as possible. After all, we know that for many, using a black box is the only way you can start driving freely. So, although some black boxes will have curfews, we don’t believe in curfews for young drivers. We know there are many reasons you might choose to drive at night, so we won’t penalise you for it.
Adrian Flux black box reviews
Abi Dye, 19, has been using FluxScore black box insurance since she passed her driving test.
“I have had the app for nearly two years now,” she said. “I find it very easy to use and it also doesn’t restrict my driving as much as I thought a black box would after I passed my test.
“The app allows you to keep track of journeys, check how many miles the vehicle has done within the renewal year and also gives you daily updates on how your driving is doing.
“One aspect of the app that I really love is that it allows you to see how much your premium is going to go down (or up) depending on how you are driving. This definitely pushed me to drive a bit safer so that I can save as much money as I possibly can when it comes to renewing the policy!”
The app is showing incorrect data – what can I do?
At Adrian Flux, we have a dedicated FluxScore team. So if you do find that there’s a glitch with the GPS or you have any other issues with the box, let us know. Our FluxScore team is here to make sure everything’s working correctly so you aren’t penalised for anything that isn’t your fault.
What happens if I get into an emergency?
Insurance is already expensive for young drivers, but pair this with a The FluxScore telematics box includes GPS tracking to locate you in an emergency. The device can also be used as a phone between yourself and our team, meaning that even if there is an accident, we can call the emergency services for you.
I had a bad day of driving – will I still be penalised?
A one-off bad day of driving is less likely to be penalised than constant unsafe driving over days, weeks or months. So it may be possible to recover from the odd bad day by returning to safe driving habits. Your policy provider is more concerned about consistently unsafe driving as it can signal that you’re at a higher risk of getting into an accident.
It’s worth bearing in mind that the black box reflects how the car is driven and does not differentiate between drivers. This means that if you share your car with siblings, parents or someone else, the black box will track everyone’s driving.