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California Registration Services Bond

The California DMV registration services bond is a $25,000 surety bond which can be as low as $250 annually. Call AmeriPro Surety Bonds today at 844-589-9732 or fill our the form below.

California Registration Services

Through the Occupational Licensing Division of the California Department of Motor Vehicles, private individuals and companies are allowed to share certain duties which historically have been conducted by a DMV field office.

A DMV registration service business can issue new and replacement license plates and stickers; replacement license plates and stickers; register vehicles transferred out of state to California (but not re-transfer vehicles back to California which were purchased in California, moved out of state, and are now returning to California); conduct vehicle title transfers; conduct registration renewals; and pay late fees.

Registration services serve as a “release valve” for the DMV and the public alike.  The public has an alternative to handle many matters done by the DMV without the attendant long lines; and the DMV has an additional source of revenue from registration services.

DMV registration services cannot, however, process matters connected with a California (or out of state) driver license or ID card. Matters relating to these concerns are only handled by visiting a local DMV office.

 

 

 

California Registration Services Bond

 

 

 

The Occupational License Division requires a DMV register service individual or business to post a surety bond for $25,000 on its behalf.

AmeriPro Surety Bonds will help you obtain your registration service bond very quickly.  Once purchased, you will need to file the bond with the Occupational Licensing Department.

This surety bond is purchased by the individual on behalf of the DMV and the consumer public.  The bond protects the public from any acts of negligence or fraud on the part of the registration service business.  It is not, therefore, insurance which protects the registration service business.  For this latter, you may wish to look into purchasing an insurance liability policy.

 

 

 

Qualifying for a California Registration Services Bond

 

 

 

Qualifying for a registration service bond is easy through AmeriPro Surety Bonds.  Once the application is filled out and signed, we will be able to determine the cost of the registration service bond.  These bonds renew annually.

 

 

 

How Much will a California Registration Services bond cost me?

 

 

 

A DMV registration service bond will typically cost between 1-2% of the face amount of the bond, between $250-500.  The cost of the bond is entirely contingent on your credit score.

Upon receipt of your application, we will get pricing for you in a short time.

 

 

 

Challenged credit issues…

 

 

 

For individuals with challenged credit, we encourage you to call AmeriPro Surety Bonds as and to be in the least bit embarrassed by your situation.

Good credit and otherwise, we will work with you to get your registration surety bond. It will not be hard at all; it is just that, realistically, your premium will be higher.

In any case, we are here to help you run or keep afloat your registration service business.   And we will search for the best rates.

 

 

 

AmeriPro Surety Bonds

 

 

 

AmeriPro Surety Bonds provides registration services bonds, DMV auto dealer bonds, and bonds of all types for all 50 states.

 

  Call us today:  844-589-9732.

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