Wheel Finance

Finance From Alloy Wheels Direct @19.9% APR

As car enthusiasts we understand that sometimes you just don't want to wait. So now you can buy the perfect alloy wheels even when money is a bit tight – using our flexible finance option. We've partnered with Pay4Later to make shopping easy for all of our customers.

Simply browse our site, choose what you want to buy and go through the checkout process. Once you've entered your personal details and clicked to proceed, you'll be given the option to pay by card, bank transfer or to apply for finance.

alloy wheel finance

Applying for finance is quick, there's a paperless application process with a decision in seconds - allowing you to buy wheels and tyres on finance today. Why wait? There is a range of repayment options - 12, 18, 24, 36, 48 and 60 months.

How do I know if I will qualify?

Your application will only be consider if:

  • You are over 18 and employed at least 16 hours per week
  • You have a good credit history with no late payments, debt relief orders, CCJ's, IVA's or bankruptcies
  • You are a permanent UK resident and able to supply a UK address history for the last 3 years
  • Applications from students (unless employed at least 16 hours per week), unemployed and single house persons will not be considered.

Applications are also considered by retired individuals, in receipt of a private or company pension (aged 50 or over at date of application). Meeting the criteria does not guarantee acceptance.

Consumer credit service is provided by Pay4Later Ltd. Pay4Later is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Interim Permission Number: 0616240). Registered offices are at 33 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8AG. For more information please refer to our frequently asked questions or visit http://www.pay4later.com/.

Finance is provided through the Pay4Later platform by a number of lenders. You will be offered the best rate available based on your credit history and our lenders' credit decision policies. You will be informed who the lender is at the point the loan is offered, and provided with their full contact details.