Looking for self-employed car finance? At Carvine, we understand it can be difficult to obtain car finance if you are self-employed. However, our car finance specialist team along with our unique panel of lenders can get car loans for self-employed people even if you have been refused finance elsewhere.
Representative APR of 27.9%
Even if you have a poor credit history or even bad credit, often we can approve your finance application.
We approve ‘self-employed car finance’ every day. You can either choose one of our cars from our network of UK car dealers or choose a car from any reputable dealer.
Representative Finance Example:
Borrowing £7,500 over 4 years with a representative APR of 27.9%, an annual interest rate of 27.9% (Fixed) and no deposit, the amount repayable would be £244.77 per month, and total cost of credit would be £4,248.96 and the total amount payable would be £11,748.97*
*Your rate may differ from the above illustration due to your individual circumstances. All credit subject to status.
We are a broker, not a lender.
More About Self-Employed Car Finance
We regularly arrange finance for people who are self-employed so it’s always worth applying. We might ask you to provide some documents such as proof of income, but this will be explained to you by a member off our team.
At Carvine we work with a wide range of lenders who offer many different types of car finance, putting us in a great position to help you find self-employed car finance.
We’re committed to ensuring you only borrow what you can reasonably afford to repay. We’ll only offer to arrange finance for you if we believe you can afford it.
We are here to take you through the process and help with your car finance options so even if you have had bad credit, often we can approve an application.
Why not see what we can do for you? We are experts at finding the vehicle you need and then we can fund it!
Representative APR of 27.9%
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