Vehicles for a Logbook Loan
Get a loan on the UK's largest range of vehicles
Logbook loans are traditionally only thought of as a loan against a car, but as one of the UK's largest lenders, elogbookloan.uk is able to offer customers a wide range of vehicles in which to obtain an instant loan against.
Even without a car, our streamlined process and flexible borrowing options offer you a quick and hassle free way to get the cash you need, whether you own a motorbike, caravan or even a helicopter!
During the loan period, certain vehicles are transferred to a secure and specialist vehicle storage facility, while other vehicles remain in your care and are free for you to continue driving.
To get a logbook loan online against any of the vehicles listed below, apply online or call us for a free no obligation quote.
Vehicles eligible for a loan:
✓ Light aircraft***
***Storage only vehicles
Why do I need a logbook?
Your logbook or V5 document is proof that you are the registered keeper of your vehicle. It can also be used to inform the DVLA of a change of ownership if you sell your vehicle, or if the vehicle has been scrapped, modified or written off as well as updating your name and address.
What can I do if I have lost my logbook?
If you have lost, damaged or had your log book (v5 document) stolen then you should apply to the DVLA by telephone, post or online, for a replacement as soon as possible.
FREE LOAN QUOTE
Representative 230.70% APR
Warning: This type of loan is secured on your vehicle. Missed or late payments may incur fees and/or the repossession of your vehicle. This can cause you serious money problems. For help go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk
Loan amount £700 over 36 months. Weekly repayments £17.41. Credit charge £2015. Total amount payable £2715.96. Interest rate 96% PA fixed. Representative 230.7% APR.
No Admin Fees - No Early Repayment Fees
All loan applications are subject to a creditworthiness and affordability assessment.
Elogbookloan lenders are members of the CCTA and are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.