Why do some cars have an Advance Payment? | Motability Scheme

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  1. Why do some cars have an Advance Payment?

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    Some larger or high specification cars require an additional upfront payment or 'Advance Payment' as we call it. The Advance Payment covers the difference between the cost of your car and your allowance paid over the length of the agreement. It is not a deposit and is therefore not refundable. However there is a range of 550 cars available with no Advance Payment.

    There are even some cars available that cost less than your weekly allowance, meaning you will still receive the remainder of your allowance to spend however you choose.

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