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16 09, 2019

These Are the Top 5 Most Popular Cars for Women!

By |2019-09-11T11:12:25+02:0016 September 2019|Blog|

Shoes may be a woman’s second best friend, but a car is what fuels our passion for travel! We have identified a few of the favourite types of cars that identify with what women look for when buying one. This centres around safety, reliability and overall aesthetics. Here is our list of the top 5 most popular cars for [...]

26 08, 2019

Are You the Ideal Candidate for a Rent-to-Own Vehicle Finance Plan?

By |2019-07-24T15:31:19+02:0026 August 2019|Blog|

Do you want to become even more independent? Owning a car can be easier and more affordable than you think. Rent-to-own options can help you to get to your goal of owning your car faster, and help you to make good financial decisions. Get ready to grab your car keys and get to where you want to be, with [...]

19 08, 2019

Tips to Reduce Your Car’s Petrol Costs

By |2019-07-24T15:27:16+02:0019 August 2019|Blog, Earn a Car|

If you find yourself staying at home to avoid using your car because of the amount of money you use to pay for petrol, here are a few valuable tips that will help to decrease petrol consumption:  Follow These Steps to Reduce Your Car's Petrol Costs Service your car regularly. Worn spark plugs, low coolant levels, dirty oil, petrol [...]

25 03, 2019

Is a Rent-to-Own Vehicle Finance Plan the Right type of Funding Structure for you?

By |2019-03-05T16:26:28+02:0025 March 2019|Blog, Car Finance|

Looking for really easy vehicle finance that is approved in record time? Then a rent-to-own car finance plan is something you should consider. Here is a brief overview of the main differences between buying a car by getting a loan and the rent- to-own car finance option:   Buying Rent-to-own Ownership You own the vehicle and get to keep [...]

18 03, 2019

Car Insurance, Roadside Assistance and more – all part of the rent-to-own deal

By |2019-03-05T16:18:20+02:0018 March 2019|Blog|

A rent-to-own car finance contract from Earn-a-Car includes a number of extras! Listed below are just a few of the value adds that form part of a rent-to-own contract, that provide you with extra peace of mind:   Accident management and emergency services We have partnered with Matrix so that if you are in an accident, whilst driving your [...]

11 03, 2019

Why Rent-to-own car financing is taking off in SA

By |2019-03-05T16:09:49+02:0011 March 2019|Blog, Car Finance|

Rent-to-own car financing is becoming increasingly popular in South Africa. In this blog post, we discuss a few reasons why: More affordable A new car is considerably more expensive than a pre-owned car and depreciates considerably within the first two years. More often than not, the monthly repayment amount that you will owe to the rent-to-own car company will [...]

5 03, 2019

These are the Questions to Ask when Choosing your Rent-to-Own Car

By |2019-03-05T16:02:34+02:005 March 2019|Blog, Rent to buy|

Buying a car, whether it is new or pre-owned, is often your second highest expense where the first, is buying a house. There are no quick fixes if you make the wrong decision and choosing a car that breaks down often, will not only cost you money that you did not budget for, but also your time and potentially [...]

25 02, 2019

Rent-to-own – All the Benefits of Owning a Car, None of the Obligations!

By |2019-01-31T15:40:16+02:0025 February 2019|Blog|

Rent-to-own vehicle finance programmes have become very popular over the past few years. In most parts of South Africa, you absolutely need a car to get around, but not everyone wants to take on all of the obligations involved in buying a car. Here are some of the top benefits of rent-to-buy car finance plans: No Bank Loans In [...]

18 02, 2019

Bad Credit? With Rent-to-own Programmes, you can still Buy a Car!

By |2019-01-31T15:32:50+02:0018 February 2019|Blog|

In 2018, credit bureau data collected by the National Credit Regulator showed that the proportion of South Africans with poor credit records is decreasing. At the last count, 39.1% of credit consumers visible to the formal system had an account overdue – the lowest in years. While this is positive news for the South African economy, it does not [...]