Your vehicle lease questions answered
We need either 3 months of your bank statement or your Employment Verification Letter. We also need your Proof of Address. If you are an NZ Citizen you will need to bring your driver’s licence. However, if you are not an NZ Citizen you will need your passport, as well as your current driver’s licence.
Yes, the majority of foreign licences are accepted. We accept all driver licences that are valid for driving in New Zealand. If your licence is not in English, you are required by law to carry an approved translation of that licence, or an International Driving Permit. You can get approved translations easily online with www.licencetranslation.co.nz
Yes, we accept NZ restricted licenses. For NZ restricted driver license holders, we need to take a $500 refundable bond upfront.
No, we do not do credit checks for the vehicles in Auckland. However, there are Credit Checks to be eligible in Christchurch.
Yes, however you cannot pay weekly lease fees. We only accept up-front payment for who holds a student visa.
The minimum age to lease a vehicle is 18 years old.
|Option 1||Option 2|
|Pay lease fee Weekly|
|Pay all lease fee Up-front|
The refundable bond is from $299.
Of course, we accept weekly payment.
No, we do not charge any interest on it.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express (Amex). Please note that Visa and MasterCard credit cards, have an additional fee of 3% on top of the full price. Amex cards have an additional fee of 5% when used. There are no fees for paying in cash.
Yes, however there is an additional fee of 2% when used.
No, there are no refunds if you return your car earlier than the lease period.
Yes, you need to purchase a comprehensive insurance for the leased vehicle, you may arrange your own insurance or we will help you to get it done thought AMI.
The cost of comprehensive insurance is varied. If you are over 25 years old and holding a New Zealand Full licence, your cost will be around $500 per annum with a $400 excess.
When returning the car
We will assess the damage and give you a quotation on what needs to be paid for it to return to its original state.