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Easy Pay: An interest-free payment plan for MOTs, services and repairs

Sometimes it can cost a little more than expected to keep your car on the road…

EasyPay – the easy way to pay

EasyPay – the easy way to pay

Unexpected car expenses can be stressful, especially when you haven’t budgeted for them. That’s why we’ve introduced Easy Pay, to help make it easier to keep your car on the road and manage your expenses.

What is Easy Pay?

We’ve partnered with Klarna, a leading payments and consumer finance provider, to offer an alternative to paying your servicing and repair bills in one. With an interest-free payment plan, you can now pay a 10% deposit on the day and spread the remaining cost over set monthly Direct Debit payments.

What payment plans are on offer?

There are currently two interest-free payment plans available with Easy Pay. Both plans require a minimum deposit of 10%. These are:

  • A six-month payment plan – For amounts between £278 and £5000.

  • A ten-month payment plan – For purchases between £445 and £5000.

Both plans require a minimum deposit of 10%, but it’s possible to pay up to 50% of the bill on the day.

If your bill exceeds £5000 and you’d like to use Easy Pay, speak to the service manager in the branch.

When can I use it?

Easy Pay can be used to help spread the cost of a range of products that we offer, from car servicing and MOTs to replacement parts and accessories. It can also be used to cover any accident repair work like paint scratches, dents and alloy scuffs.

Who can apply for Easy Pay?

To be eligible for Easy Pay, you need to be:

  • Between the ages of 18 and 75.

  • A UK resident.

  • In employment or retired.

You’ll also need to have a bank account with a debit or credit card.

How do I apply?

Once you’ve received a quote, you can apply in an Arnold Clark branch with the help of one of our friendly service advisors. It’s quick and easy to apply for Easy Pay, and the process should take five minutes to complete.

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Jody Davison

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