Car title loans are one of the best options for you when you have financial difficulties. All you need is a fully paid vehicle, that is it!

Your car is your credit, so it doesn’t matter if you have no credit or bad credit, we will try our best to give you maximum cash on your car.

We do not hold your car hostage during the loan. You get to keep the cash and the car.

You car is your credit, We will try our best to lend you the maximum cash on your car.

So what are you waiting for?

Applying For Car Title Loans in Canada

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Call Us & Get Approved

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Easy 3 Minute Paperwork

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Keep Your Car

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Get The Cash

1. Fill Out Our 15 Second Online Application

Give us a call and we will approve you over the phone in one minute. Or you can fill out our 15 second application form and we will get back to you ASAP.

So get started today! Our loan specialist will try their best to get you the loan you need fast and easy.

2. Get Instant Pre-Approved Amount

We hate paperwork, so that is why our application is as easy as 123. We only need some basic information and we will be able to determine the estimate cash you qualify for.

3. Approved? Pick Up Your Cash Today

Once approved, simply show up at our nearest office location, get your cash and drive away. We do not keep your car with us, you get to drive away with our cash and your car.

What Do We Need:

  • Your Vehicle Title (vehicle must be paid off and in your name)
  • Driver’s License (name must match the name on the title)
  • The Vehicle (it must be inspected prior to receiving your loan)

Additional Information:

Loan Fees:

The fees consist of an Auto Check (to check for accidents and vehicle origin), Lien Search (to make sure the vehicle is free and clear of all liens), and a Vehicle Inspection / Evaluation.

Loan Source & Renewal Policy:

Approve Loan Now locates finance companies that provide up to 6 year term loans with the lowest annual interest rate. There are no prepayment fees for early repayment of the loan.

Implication of late payment or non payment

In the event of a late or partial payment, interest fees will be charged on a daily basis on the outstanding amount. Failure to pay will result in legal action, as per Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) British ColumbiaAlberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland & Labrador and Ontario.