I doubt it --- even a lease is still a credit agreement and you would need to pass the lenders credit checks. You would also need the agreement of your IP, which might be a stumbling block, even if you found a sympathetic lender.
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If you have one already, then you should be allowed to refinance or get another one. Creditors however will expect that there needs to be a good reason for doing so, age, condition, mileage etc, and they will either expect that you do not take on a larger commitment than you already have or limit you to a reasonable amount per month, say, £250.
If you do not already have one, then you would need the express permission of the supervisor to do so.
23+ years in debt advice
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