No. This would be called fronting and is illegal. However, you can make a joint application together, which will mean we’ll take both your incomes into account in our affordability checks.
If your partner has a better credit rating than you, then this may make you more likely to be accepted and with a lower APR. However, we will not know this until after you have applied.
You can apply quickly as an application only takes 5 minutes, and we’ll be able to tell you whether you’ve been accepted near enough straight away.
Representative example: £10,177 repayable over 58 months. 57 monthly payments of £324.70. Representative 31.9% APR. Total amount payable is £18,507.90. Subject to affordability and you could risk losing your vehicle if you do not keep up payments.