CAB DRIVERS OFFERED FINANCE PAYMENT HOLIDAY IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

7 April 2020

If your income has been impacted by coronavirus, Black Horse has a range of options to help you. You can now apply for a payment deferral of up to three months online or they can offer you other help if you need it.

If you need to request a payment deferral in most cases, you can now make your request online to defer your next 3 months payments. To process a payment date change request, you will need to log into your account on Black Horse website www.blackhorse.co.uk using your date of birth, postcode and agreement number. You can find your agreement number on any correspondence from Black Horse or it will be the reference for your direct debit shown on your bank statement.

Your monthly payments can be deferred by a maximum of 3 months. When you ask for a three month payment holiday online if you have already had a 1 month payment holiday, a payment holiday will be applied for a further 2 months.

Please note that Black Horse is currently dealing with a much higher volume of calls than normal so please use the link to their website where possible to facilitate this deferral request however if you are unable to process your request online, you can call them on 0344 8248888.

You will find frequently asked questions on the Black Horse website that are being updated regularly, please check these should you have any queries.

18 March 2020, Ansty

  • LEVC and Black Horse have agreed to make a payment holiday available to TX cab drivers on existing finance deals
  • Three-month payment suspension in direct response to Coronavirus crisis and its impact on the trade
  • TX drivers can register interest at www.levc.com/payment-holiday
  • To ease the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on the UK taxi trade, a three-month finance payment holiday initiative has been agreed by LEVC and Black Horse and is available nationwide.

    TX drivers on any existing Black Horse finance contract can register their interest for a three-month suspension of repayments by completing their details at below.

    Joerg Hofmann, LEVC CEO, said:

    This is an extremely critical time for the taxi trade and the payment holiday will play a role in softening the impact that Coronavirus is having on taxi drivers. We recognise and celebrate the efforts they make daily to keep Britain moving – and this three-month bridge will hopefully ease the burden drivers now face.”

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