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Let your car be your guarantor

Getting a loan doesn't have to be hard if you have a car! A logbook loan could be the right solution for you.

You won't have to go through the hassle of finding someone to vouch for you on a guarantor loan application, and you could get a same day payout!

Simply let your car be your guarantor, enter your reg and mileage for a quote now.

Warning: your vehicle is at risk of repossession if you do not keep up your agreed repayments. Rep. APR 300.3%

Advantages of an Online Logbook Loan

Take the embarrassment out of guarantor loans and use your car instead! It will never judge you or hold it against you.

With a logbook loan you don't have to:

Getting a loan doesn't have to be hard when you own a car, get a quick quote now.

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Mobile Application

Complete 5 minute application

Logbook Loan Agreement

Arrange to meet and sign agreement


Receive funds in your bank account the same day

Is a Guarantor Loan Right for You?

Guarantor loans may seem attractive since they are supported by another persons credit score.

With a guarantor loan you need to:

However, not everyone wants to do that as money is the quickest way to ruin a relationship. Use your car as a guarantor instead.

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How Do I Choose a Provider?

Make sure your provider has real people giving loans to help with real situations. Whether its an unexpected bill or emergency repair, make sure you can always trust them to help you.

An ethical lender should:

Their application process should be really simple, give you an instant quote and allow you to fill out a 5 minute application.

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Questions about logbook loans

  • What is a logbook loan?

    A logbook loan is when you hand over the logbook (V5 certificate) for your car in exchange for a predetermined amount of money that is repaid over an agreed period of time. Once the loan is repaid in full, your logbook is sent back via recorded delivery.

  • How do I make repayments?

    Your repayment is usually collected from your bank account weekly or monthly.

  • What is a Bill of Sale?

    A Bill of Sale is the legal document which gives the lender security over your vehicle. This technically means they become the legal owner of the vehicle until the loan is fully paid back. However, during this period you are able to freely use your vehicle as long as payments are made. There is a risk of losing your vehicle if you fail to make payments, so before this happens contact your loan provider to find a solution with your financial circumstances.

  • When do I get my money?

    You can receive your money within a few hours of your application as long as you submit all the right documents and agree to the terms offered to you. After you have signed the loan agreements and everything has been verified, a fast-track payment direct to your account will be made.

  • What does APR mean?

    APR stands for Annual Percentage Rate. It is easy to get swept away in jargon, but it basically shows the amount of interest you will pay back over the period of your loan. A lower APR does mean a lower amount of interest paid back, but it does not mean you're getting a better deal. Some lenders may have hidden charges, broker deals or set-up fees which will cost you more!

    Sometimes the lowest APR is not your best choice. See the Money Advice Service on the true cost of borrowing to learn more.

  • Why is a logbook loan cheaper than a payday loan?

    A logbook loan is cheaper than a payday loan because it is secured against the value of your car. Payday loans don't have any collateral, meaning interest and repayments are higher. Using your vehicle as security means a lower interest rate and lower repayments. Your vehicle is at risk of repossession if you do not keep up your agreed repayments. Representative APR 300.3%

  • What's the difference between logbook loans and guarantor loans?

    A logbook loan uses your vehicle as security for the loan, even if you have poor credit. This means that the lender will hold on to your V5 document whilst allowing you to keep your car until your loan is fully settled. If you fail to make payments, your vehicle may be at risk of repossession.

    In contrast, a guarantor loan is where you need to find and ask an eligible person you know to vouch for your ability to pay the loan and take on the responsibility to pay back the loan if you fail to do so. There is a strict criteria of who can be an eligible guarantor, and may be embarrassing asking someone to vouch for you because of bad credit. Even in the event where you can't make payment, it can damage your personal relationship with the guarantor you chose.

    Take the stress out of your loan and let your car be your guarantor.

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