Navigating your loan journey can be difficult and even scary sometimes. But we want to make things as easy as we can.

Here, you’ll find commonly asked questions along with helpful answers and guidance.


All Registration Loan Results

An Express Single-Pay Loan in Arizona uses your vehicle registration and your monthly income for a cash loan where loan dates range from 14 to 36 days. At that time, you’ll repay your Express Single-Pay Loan principal plus fees.

No. You may not receive an Express Single-Pay Loan Online. You must apply in person at your nearest store location.

A Title Loan uses your vehicle’s clear, lien-free title as collateral for the loan. Then, once paid in full, you’ll receive your title back.

Similarly, a Registration Loan uses your vehicle’s registration for your short-term loan.

A Registration Loan can give you access to a larger lump sum of cash, using your vehicle’s registration.

These loans can be used to cover larger, unanticipated expenses like emergency travel, car or home repairs, medical bills, or other unforeseen costs.

Each state has its own Registration Loan requirements. You may need some or all items below:

  • An Active Bank Account
  • Government-Issued Photo ID
  • Proof of Income
  • Most Recent Bank Statement
  • Proof of residence
  • Motor vehicle registration paperwork

Visit our State Center to see exactly what you’ll need.

State laws regulate the maximum Registration Loan amount. These typically range from $100 to $1,500, depending on your state.

Yes, when you receive a Registration Loan, you’ll drive off in your vehicle and use it as you normally would during your repayment period.

You’ve got a car, but you need some cash. Fortunately, a Check Into Cash Registration Loan can use your car’s registration for a short-term loan.

Depending on how much your car, truck, or motorcycle is worth and your eligibility, you can apply for a Registration Loan for as much as $1,500, depending on your state. Once approved, you’ll keep your vehicle while repaying your loan.