Whether 2020 is the year you intend to get a reliable vehicle that does not cost you a fortune in maintenance costs or you simply want to have access to your own transport without having to stand in long queues waiting for public transport, Earn-a-Car can help you reach your goal.
In the current economic climate, buying a car is simply not an option for many South Africans. That is why Earn-a-Car makes the finance process of owning a car, more possible, simple and affordable.
Why Rent-to-Own in 2020?
Here are four reasons why you should consider renting-to-own your next vehicle from Earn-a-Car:
While having a car might seem like a luxury, many South Africans simply cannot earn a living without having one. Access to safe and reliable public transport is a challenge, especially when having to commute to work daily or late at night. Rent-to-own is a finance option that makes it affordable to earn a car by renting it over a long period of time, until you own the car.
Blacklisted or Poor Credit Rating
If you don’t have a positive credit rating, or you are blacklisted, getting vehicle finance for a car is almost impossible. But, with Earn-a-Car, there are no credit checks because you will be leasing the car. This way, you’ll be earning your car with every monthly payment, giving you all the benefits of having a car without the worries of being approved for vehicle finance.
More debt to your name means more interest on your loans. These loans are paid back at often very high interest rates. At Earn-a-Car you pay a fixed rental amount with no interest. And, a percentage of the rental amount is accrued on your behalf and made available to you, to assist you in servicing and maintaining your car – at no extra cost. Earn-a-Car even offers comprehensive accident cover and roadside assistance to give you added peace of mind.
If you’re looking for flexibility, you’ll be thrilled to know that you can set your own term for earning your car (from as little as 54 months). And, you can also cancel your agreement with Earn-a-Car by giving one month’s notice. If you’re struggling to keep up with your current payment plan, you have the option to trade down to a more affordable car.