Yes, international students in Canada can lease a car under certain conditions.
Enrolled in an accredited program, including a 4-year university, nursing school, police or military school or Community College
Valid Driver's License
International students must have a valid driver's license from their home country or an international driver's license to drive in Canada.
Study Permit Validity
It's important to ensure that the lease period aligns with the duration of your student visa.
Copy of student visa, Valid driver's license, Proof of enrollment at an accredited Canadian institution.
Proof of income
Proof of full-time employment and income, proof of monthly income sufficient to cover current obligations, expenses, and vehicle payment.
No Adverse credit history is required, but some car dealers may ask for it.
Lease Term and Mileage
Choose a lease term and mileage limit that align with your study period and anticipated driving needs.
Arrange auto insurance that meets the leasing company's requirements.
Insurance costs may be higher for international students, so shop around for competitive rates.
Understand your responsibilities for vehicle maintenance and repairs during the lease term.
Be aware of the penalties and costs associated with early lease termination, as study plans may change unexpectedly.
Familiarize yourself with the car's condition when returning it at the end of the lease term to avoid excess wear and tear charges.