Car Leasing for Australian Citizens Moving to America
If you're planning on relocating to the U.S. from Australia and need to lease a car, we're here to help. Lease a vehicle for your American adventure. We are the leading global source of auto leasing and financing programs direct from manufacturer and can help you lease a car in America, even if you have no credit history yet. Although you're moving to the other side of the world and another hemisphere, you're still going to need a car, and we're here to help.
Whether you're coming from Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Darwin, Brisbane or anywhere in between, if you'll be in America for an extended period of time, you're going to need a car. We can help those who have no credit too. Learn about buying cars in the U.S. without a social security number. We will help you with financing, insurance, taxes and costs. These are all things that need to be considered in your move, and we can help you. The move from Australia to America is full of challenges; we can help with the process. And thankfully, Australians and Americans speak the same language!
Our factory-backed financing programs feature low rates and are designed to get you approved. And we have a huge selection of cars for Australian expats to choose from.
How Can a Australian Citizen Rent or Lease a Car in the U.S.?
Australian citizens can lease a car in the U.S. just like any other expat. It's a good idea to set things up in advance of your move if possible. We understand that trying to lease an automobile or truck as an international citizen can seem daunting. However, leasing (or buying) a car in the U.S. is relatively easy with us. We can help with the entire process, from choosing the vehicle and financing it to insuring it and picking it up. The first step is to contact us.
Things Australian Citizens Ought to Consider When Planning their Move to the U.S.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind if you're going to be a Australian expat living in the U.S.
- The most likely way to get a Green Card is through employment in the US.
- The E-3 visa is a specialty occupation work visa specifically for Australian citizens. See E-3 visa/
- Make sure your passport is currently valid.
- Popular American states Australians move to include: New York, California, Hawaii, Texas, Florida, Colorado and Washington.
- American dollars and Australian dollars are not the same. Australian notes (bills) have different colors depending on the amount, whereas in the United States all the notes are all green.
- There is no free universal healthcare in the USA like there is in Australia.
- American have left-side steering wheels! Americans drive on the opposite side of the road. It takes a little getting used to.
- You need to convert everything from the British system of units to the metric system
0 - 1 year - Rentals in the U.S.
Our rentals provide maximum flexibility if you shorten or extend your stay. Tailored for expatriates, our low vehicle financing rates always include the insurance you'll need in the U.S. If you're a Australian student just planning on studying in the U.S. for a semester or two for example, this might be ideal.
1 - 3 years - Leases in the U.S.
As a person from Australia coming to America, leasing can be your lowest monthly-payment alternative, and you’ll have the option to extend or purchase your car lease at the end of the lease if your stay is prolonged.
Resources for Australians Leasing a Vehicle in the U.S.
- Australian Immigrant Visas
- The complete guide to moving to the USA from Australia
- Apply for your passport card or book
- Immigrating to the USA from Australia
- How to Move to America From Australia
- The 10 biggest differences between Australian and American parenting
- Driving in the U.S. is Unique. Get Ready to Drive “American Style”
- Financing vs. Leasing
- Buy, Lease or Rent?
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