The California Vehicle Verifier Surety Bond is required by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
The Department of Motor Vehicles defines a vehicle verifier as “any person who verifies vehicle identification information and documentation against a physical inspection of vehicle.” A vehicle verifier must get a license before engaging in business in the State of California. Obtaining the California Vehicle Verifier Surety Bond is a necessary step to being granted a license.
The full list of forms needed to complete the application for a vehicle verifier license that the Department of Motor Vehicles lists are:
The California Vehicle Verifier Surety Bond amount is required to be $5,000. It basically states that the company won’t cause any loss to the State of California from the Vehicle Verifier permit and won’t cause any loss to any person as a result of the parricidal incorrectly verifying an engine, vehicle verification number, or hull identification number.