Car Leasing for Germans Moving to the USA
Are you moving from Germany to America and need to lease a car and you have no credit? We are the leading global source of auto leasing and financing programs direct from manufacturer and can help you lease a car in the USA.
German Expats from Berlin to Bremen, Hamburg to Hanover, or from Munich to Mönchengladbach all may need to lease a car when in the USA. And we can help those who have no credit too. Learn about buying cars in the U.S. without a social security number. Financing, insurance, taxes and costs are all things that need to be considered that we'll help you with.
Our factory-backed financing programs feature low rates and are designed to get you approved. And we have a huge selection of automobiles to choose from.
How Can a German Expat Rent or Lease a Car in the U.S.?
Germans can lease a car in the U.S. just like any other expat. And 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 a little overwhelming. However, leasing (or buying) a car in the U.S. is actually quite 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 Germans 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 German expat living in the U.S.
- Which state in the United States are you moving to? Learn about its regulations
- You’ll need a visa
- Make sure your passport is currently valid
- You'll likely need a vehicle when in America, buying and leasing are both options
- The U.S. has more of a 'car culture' than Germany, people drive everywhere
- Visit US Citizenship and Immigration Services website for more information
There are some fundamental differences between driving in Germany and driving “American style.” America certainly has a legendary car culture, and it’s easy to travel across the entire country on their expansive network of highways, freeways, thruways and back roads.But because it is so big, it can be a little overwhelming and it takes a long time to get from state to state. Another difference is that in America there are always speed limits. Just like in Germany, you'll see lots of Volkswagens in the U.S. too!
Other differences between America and Germany include U.S. drivers on average drive bigger cars and SUVs, stores are more often open in America and recycling isn't as much of a priority in the U.S. as it is in Germany.
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 car financing rates always include the insurance you'll need in the U.S. If you're a 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 German 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.