People who have bought a car on finance will be pleased to hear Martin Lewis' latest update.
The MoneySavingExpert gave the latest financial updates on This Morning.
If you have a car loan, PCP, leasing or HP deal you can now request a extended three month payment holiday.
Martin said: "With car finance, pawnbroking, buy-now-pay-later and rent to own, on Friday the regulator announced proposals to extend this help until October 31.
"These proposals will be rapidly consulted on - with the consultation due to end tonight (July 6) - and it's likely these measures will be rubber stamped over the next couple of weeks, meaning they'll be in force around mid-July.
"If you've a car loan, PCP, leasing or HP deal and are struggling to pay due to coronavirus, you can get a new or extended three month payment holidays on request.
"They can't repossess cars for non-payment until October 31."
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Martin added: "The payment holidays also apply to pawnbroking, buy-now-pay-later and rent to own.
"With payday loans uniquely you can get one-month payment and interest holiday, so it’s a no brainer, if you need it do it – though the deadline on this hasn’t been extended, but if you need help they should look at other options to help."
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