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Nevada Motor Vehicle Wrecker
Individuals and businesses who are licensed as Nevada vehicle wreckers fall under the authority of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, Occupational and Business Licensing.
Their address is:
Occupational Business and Licensing
555 Wright Way
Carson City, NV 89711
Nevada DMV Wrecker Definition
Nevada DMV wreckers are defined as those who, in the course of their business activities, purposely wreck vehicles, dismantle already wrecked vehicles, in accordance with the laws of the state of Nevada.
Parts from wrecked vehicles can sometimes be repaired and sold.
Getting Licensed as a Nevada DMV Wrecker
New applicants for a Nevada DMV wrecker license will want to comply and complete the following:
- All principals of the DMV wrecker business will need to complete a “personal history” questionnaire. This form will ask about prior job histories; any arrests or convictions, if applicable; and any child support payments which are in arrears;
- At least one principal of the company will need to complete a business license application, along with payment of a non-refundable $301 application fee;
- The same applicant will need to provide a 2×2 photograph of themselves (at least) which shows an unobstructed view of the face and shoulders (no “selfies”);
- Both new and existing Nevada DMV wreckers will need to maintain a business that has a sign with at least 8-inch lettering, which is also at least 1 inch wide. The sign must be permanently affixed to the building;
An applicant for a DMV wrecker license will also need to post a $50,000 surety bond.
Nevada DMV Wrecker Surety Bond
The $50,000 Nevada DMV wrecker bond is required to ensure that businesses which engage in motor vehicle wrecking comply with all state and federal laws.
The laws are designed to protect the state of Nevada and consumers from fraudulent or criminally harmful acts committed by the wrecker licensee or any principals in the conduct of their business operations.
Cost of the Nevada Wrecker Surety Bond
Applicants and renewals of existing DMV wrecker bond-holders will only pay a small fraction of the $50,000 surety amount.
The amount paid, known as the premium amount, will be determined by the applicant’s credit score.
AmeriPro Surety Bond
Whether this is the first time you’ve applied for a surety bond, or this a renewal surety bond (bonds run concurrently with the license), AmeriPro Surety Bonds is genuinely committed to providing you the best pricing available for your wrecker surety bond.
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