If the title to the vehicle which you wish to register in Connecticut is lost, stolen, or is otherwise inaccessible, the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles may require you to obtain a surety bond as a condition of issuing title.
The majority of inquirers for this bond will be able to have their required vehicle title within a few minutes of contacting our agency.
The Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles will tell you the amount of surety required. The formula used to determine the bond amount is as follows:
The value of your vehicle as determined by the Commissioner, x 2.
For any Connecticut certificate of title bond up to and including $50,000 surety amount, this surety bond is issued to you immediately upon completion of a short surety bond application --- which our agency can take from you over the phone --- and payment of the premium.
Amounts up to $50,000 have no credit check inquiry nor a credit score review by an underwriter.
For certificate of title surety bonds in this dollar category, after the premium has been paid, the bond is issued to you immediately.
Amounts greater than $50,000 will require the same application, which must be signed. There is also a credit check and a review for by an underwriter. An applicant will need good credit to qualify. Subject to a minimum premium of $100, applicants for the certificate of title bond, regardless of the amount, will pay a premium that is 1% of the amount required. The premium is a onetime payment.
To properly issue your Connecticut certificate of title bond, we will ask you the following:
The purpose of the certificate of title bond is to protect:
who incur loss due to the this title or anything that is subsequently discovered concerning your vehicle which causes them harm or loss.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency. We provide license and permit bonds throughout Connecticut.
Our agency also provides surety bonds nationwide.
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