Arizona Registration Loans
Wish you could get some quick cash, but all you have is your car registration? It may be time for a Registration Loan. Complete our easy online application for an estimate of how much your registration is worth, with amounts up to $1,500.
About Arizona Registration Loans
Home to the beautiful Grand Canyon, we strive to provide Arizona residents a grand experience when assisting with their financial needs. When you’re low on cash and need help paying your bills, turn to Check Into Cash for emergency financial services like Registration Loans.
You’ve got a car, but you need some cash, and you need it now. Fortunately, a car Registration Loan can take your automobile registration and turn it into a short-term loan of up to $1,500.
Once you receive your loan, you:
- keep your vehicle
- pay back your loan
How much can I get for my registration?
Available only in Arizona, a Registration Loan can put as much as $1,500 in your pocket.
How It Works Registration Loan
Whether your state offers in-store or online services, receive a complimentary estimate on what your car may be worth.
Keep Your Car
Once approved, drive away with cash in hand. You'll get your money and still keep your car, too.
Get Your Funds
Simply repay your Registration Loan with scheduled payments.
Registration Loan FAQs
When do I repay my Registration Loan?
Typically, a Registration Loan spans up to 30 days in length. At that time, you’ll repay your Registration Loan plus fees.
Can I receive a Registration Loan online?
You can begin online with our free estimate tool. However, you’ll need to visit a store nearby to complete your Registration Loan. Visit a store prepared with your documents and you’ll be on your way to getting fast cash deposited for life’s unexpected expenses.
Visit our State Center to find a store near you.
Why is the APR Percentage So High?
APRs (Annual Percentage Rates) represent a rate calculated over a 12-month timespan. However, Registration Loan terms range from weeks to months.
Imagine you asked to rent a hotel room for an entire year. The cost would be huge. Yet, the cost of a single night isn’t so bad. The same logic applies to short-term loan APRs.