Surety Bonds for Lost Vehicle Titles
We are legally licensed to issue vehicle title bonds nationwide. Whether you need a title surety bond in California, Georgia, Louisiana or Texas, we can help!
If you have a lost or stolen vehicle title, you might be required to purchase a surety bond. Vehicle title bonds are also known as certificate of title bonds, lost title bonds or defective title bonds, but they all serve the same purpose. This bond type guarantees damages in case an individual claims ownership of a vehicle with a previously missing title. Don’t worry if you don’t know much about bonding just yet. The our experts developed this guide just for you!
Vehicle title bond costs and requirements vary greatly as the bond amounts and regulations required for each title bond are established on a state level. Select your state below for more information about title bonds in your area or call 888.610.4474 to speak with a surety expert.
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
Get a Lost Title Bond With Bad Credit!
We can issue bonds to 99% of applicants regardless of credit, and title bonds are no exception. In fact, credit checks are not even required if you need less than $20,000 of coverage. If your title bond does require a credit check, rest assured knowing wants to help even if you’ve had credit problems. Don’t let bad credit keep you from getting bonded.
Pay a Low Rate for Your Certificate of Title Bond
The amount of coverage you need will vary depending on your state’s unique title bond requirements. No matter your bond amount, we will work with a number of underwriting markets to find you the best premium rate possible. If your required bond amount is $6,000 or less, you can expect to pay just $100 for 1 year of coverage. If your required bond amount is over $20,000, your surety specialist will help you qualify for the best rate possible.
Enjoy Fast, Easy & Accurate Bonding
In most cases, title bonds can be issued instantly over the phone in just a few minutes. Your account manager will issue your bond once your payment has been processed. You can even choose our overnight shipping option and have the original bond form in your hands tomorrow! Then you’ll submit the bond to the government agency requiring its purchase.
To speed up the bonding process, have the following information ready when you give us a call:
- your name (as it appears on your driver’s license)
- your address
- your vehicle’s year, make and model
- your vehicle’s VIN number
- how much your vehicle is worth
- payment information, such as a valid credit card
Why this bond
Similar to insurance policies, surety bonds offer financial protection against fraud. You might need a title bond if:
- your original title was lost or stolen
- a natural disaster ruined your title
- you paid for a vehicle but didn’t receive a title, and the lender is out of business
- your vehicle is too old to have a title
- you built a custom-made vehicle
Title bonds verify that you own your vehicle and allow you to purchase insurance, register or sell your vehicle.
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