You do not need to pay your finance instalment for April 2020 if you meet the qualifying criteria.

OVERVIEW

  • You do not need to pay your finance instalment for April 2020 if you meet the qualifying criteria.

  • If you elect not to pay your instalment for April, you will have your credit term extended, unless SA Taxi makes other arrangements with you.
  • Contact your insurance company to find out if you also do not have to pay your insurance premium for April 2020. – some insurance companies are offering this benefit

APPLICABILITY PERIOD

April 2020

QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

  • Your account with SA Taxi has to be in good standing
  • If your account is not in good standing, you can still qualify for payment relief if:
  • The telematics device in your vehicle is in working order; and
  • You are not travelling during the lockdown period; or
  • You are only travelling to provide transport in support of essential services.
  • SA Taxi will send you an SMS to let you know if your account is in good standing

HOW DO I REGISTER / APPLY?

To apply contact SA Taxi on 011 550 9460
 

WHERE CAN I
FIND SUPPORT?

Call SA Taxi on 011 550 9460 or Click here to visit their website

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