The Delaware Special Fuel Supplier Surety Bond is required by the State of Delaware, Motor Fuel Tax Administration in order to obtain a Special Fuel Supplier License. The bond amount must be approximately 3 times the average monthly special fuel tax due or estimated to be due by such supplier, with a minimum of $5,000 and a maximum of $200,000.
Special fuel is used to define all combustible gases and liquids suitable for the generation of power for propulsion of motor vehicles, except for gasoline (as defined here) and those combustible gases and liquids that were used before January 1, 1996.
A special fuel supplier is any person who has a business which handles and sells special fuels who delivers or places fuels into bulk supply tank or tanks of a special fuel user of special fuel dealer. You can learn more about the difference between special fuel suppliers, users, and dealers, on Delaware’s website.
In order to operate as a Special Fuel Supplier, the state requires a Special Fuel Supplier License. The following requirements (which can also be found here) must be met in order to obtain this license:
To obtain this bond, simply fill out our easy-to-use, online application! One of our licensed agents will contact you within one business day with a free, no-obligation quote on the cost to obtain the bond. Once any necessary paperwork is signed and the premium payment is submitted, your official signed and sealed Delaware Special Fuel Supplier Surety Bond (on this form) will be shipped to you via USPS priority mail. Overnight shipping options are also available.
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