The title is retained by the money lender in case the borrower can’t pay back the loan

The title is retained by the money lender in case the borrower can’t pay back the loan

Despite using a vehicle to take out a loan, the borrower can still carry on using the vehicle just as before, if they are based in Queensland. But once the cash loan is repaid the title returns to the owner.

Although this may sound a little like a payday loan or cash advance, because there’s collateral the interest rate will be lower than those unsecured forms of borrowing. As we said already, a car title loan isn’t the cheapest way of borrowing money, but it’s usually going to be more affordable than payday loans and cash advances.

As well as being easy to take out, a drive away loan also offers quick and easy repayment options. The required repayment schedule will be stated upfront, and the payments can be made either in person or online from a bank account or debit card.

Like any form of credit, the borrower should always make sure the cash loan is appropriate for them and they fully understand the terms. Many lenders will ask for a spare set of keys to be handed in with the title, and in some circumstances a tracking system may be fitted to the vehicle. All of this will be made clear in advance though, and don’t be afraid to ask anything you’re not sure about as there’s no such thing as stupid question when it comes to borrowing money.

Paying off your car title loan

A loan of this kind is typically paid off quite quickly. …