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Using our online logbook loans service to unlock the value of your car can be an ideal way to access cash at short notice when you need it the most!
Logbook Loans use your car or vehicle as security against your loan – this can help you overcome previous or current issues with your credit history and can also help you access better interest rates than some other forms of lending.
No matter where you live or work in and around Liverpool you can borrow from £1000 to £25,000 over 18 to 48 months without leaving your house – simply apply online and once your loan is approved, one of our friendly, experienced lenders will meet you at a suitable location of your choice to deliver the paperwork and transfer your cash!
Information About Liverpool
Liverpool has attractions throughout the city and more museums and galleries than any other UK city outside of the London.
A trip to Liverpool would not be complete without a trip on the Mersey Ferry – the views from the Mersey Ferries River Explorer Tour offer some of the best views of the city’s world famous waterfront.
If you’re a creature of culture, then you’ll need to make time for Liverpool’s SEVEN museums including the Museum of Liverpool which was the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city.
The Albert Dock is one of the UK’s finest heritage attractions – a walk around the quayside will take visitors passed little sweet stores, world-class museums including Tate Liverpool and The Beatles Story and a number of bars and restaurants. We also recommend that you definitely add Liverpool Cathedral to the list of places that you visit – it’s Britain’s largest cathedral and a truly breath-taking place.
For Beatles fans, the Magical Mystery Tour leaves from the Albert Dock and takes fans to the famous sites of Strawberry Field and Penny Lane and ends at the Cavern Club. With the National Trust, you can even step inside John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s childhood homes.