With TYRES & MORE® and Xpress Credit, you don't have to wait for your urgent car repairs. Apply for credit today!
We have been made aware of the unlawful use of the company name Xpress Credit and its details in fraudulent scams.
Xpress Credit only provides credit to the maximum value for R10 000.00 and will NEVER require an upfront payment. Please be aware and contact our stores for any queries.
When a component of your car needs replacing, it’s usually something that needs to be done quickly. Maybe you’re going on a road trip and need to have some things taken care of before you go? Don’t wait until the end of the month to solve your car’s problems. Apply for Xpress Credit with TYRES & MORE® today.
Xpress Credit offers clients:
How to Apply:
Your cell phone is required for the process and a one time pin (OTP) will be sent to you for authentication. To apply for Xpress Credit, there are two methods. You can either call 0861 001 038 to get more information and speak to a consultant, or apply online by clicking here, to open your Xpress Credit account at TYRES & MORE®.
You will need:
- Copy of RSA ID
- Latest payslip
- Proof of residence (no older than 3 months)
- 3 months’ bank statements.
TYRES & MORE® also accepts other credit facilities > click here to see
Xpress Credit (Pty) Ltd is a registered credit provider NCRCP7096 and an authorised financial services provider FSP45139. Loans are subject to the National Credit Act: 34 of 2005. All loan applications are considered and are subject to credit approval by Xpress Credit (Pty) Ltd.
Xpress Credit from Tyres & More is a credit facility that makes buying what you need from us a whole lot easier.
The instalment calculator serves as an indication of the anticipated instalment amount only and excludes initiation fees, monthly service fees and credit insurance premiums. Xpress Credit (Pty) Ltd (“Xpress Credit”) do not accept any liability for any reliance on the indication in the calculator. All loan applications are subject to credit approval by Xpress Credit in accordance with the provisions of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005.