Number Plates Finance
Best finance offers on private number plates
We offer monthly payment options to help you manage the cost of buying private number plates. You can then spread the costs with one of the best rates available on the market. Also choose from 12, 24, 36, or 48-month terms and start with a deposit as low as 10%. Also, we're happy to help with your purchase if you have any questions about application process.
Number plates finance calculator
Are you considering buying a private number plate? If so, how can you calculate the cost of your purchase? Fortunately, calculators are available to help you work out the cost of your purchase and the general payment terms. Also see all the finance options to decide what suits you best.
This calculator is a tool that allows you to work out the cost of a private number plate. It considers the cost of the number plate. Also the deposit you are willing to pay, and the length of the repayment. It then calculates the total purchase cost, plus the deposit and the monthly payments.
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Frequently asked questions about number plate finance
Who can apply for number plate finance?
You can apply if you are over the age of 18 and a permanent UK resident. Plus, you must have a debit card. Your application will be subject to status, such as; whether you can afford it and your credit history. Other terms and conditions apply.
When applying for finance, it's essential that you have a good credit history. This is a part in the approval process. Credit reference agencies are also an important part.
How do I apply for number plate finance?
During the order process, you will have the option to apply . Then fill a simple application form. The decision is instant to your email address . If your application needs further checks, this can then take up to 16 hours.
What happens if I stop making the repayments before the contract term?
If you are unable to make repayments, You should notify the finance provider immediately. They will work with you to clear any outstanding balance. If this is not possible, a county court will decide the payments debt relief orders.
This may also affect your ability to get credit in the future.