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Bank of Beirut - Taxi Loan Bank of Beirut - Taxi Loan Minimum Salary: USD 0 Salary Transfer: Yes Early Settlement Fees: - Maximum Term: 5 Years Flat Rate: 3.06% Reducing Rate: 5.5%
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Are you a taxi driver? Do you wish to buy a new or used car, or even a red plate? Bank of Beirut gives you the opportunity to make your wishes come true.

  • 100% financing
  • No down payment
  • Competitive interest rates
  • Flexible payments: - Up to 5 years 
  • A Lebanese resident
  • Over 18 years old
Documents Required:
  • Identification card
  • Proof of residence or utility bill
  • Public driving license
  • Car mortgage in favor of Bank of Beirut
  • Red plate mortgage in favor of Bank of Beirut
  • Car insurance (all risks) over the entire loan duration in favor of Bank of Beirut
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