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What is a Title Bond?
A title bond is a type of surety bond that allows you to title a vehicle in your name without the proper owner documentation. It is a guarantee of ownership made to the state by the applicant if the original title is missing or voided. For example, if you purchased a vehicle without a title, you will likely need a title bond or if the title that you were given was not signed correctly.
How Does a Title Bond Work?
The surety bond permits the applicant to apply for a new title. With this guarantee, the applicant takes full liability of the vehicle and liability if there is a dispute of ownership. A title bond in the state of Texas is for three years, after which the surety bond attached to you will be removed from the DMV's records. During those three years, the previous owner and or lien holder can dispute ownership.
What Does a Bonded Title Mean?
A bonded title means that a vehicle’s title has a surety bond attached to it.
How Much Does a Title Bond Cost?
The cost of a title bond depends on how much is required. You may pay only $15 for $1,000 in coverage. Speak with a Gonzales Insurance agent about how much coverage you need for your title bond.