The Texas Automobile Club Surety Bond is required by the Texas Secretary of State.
The Secretary of State requires that the Texas Automobile Club Surety Bond be in the amount of $25,000. It does not, however, cost the bond principal (the person or entity that buys the bond) that much money to obtain the bond. At Surety1, the cost of this bond starts at just $250.
In the State of Texas Transportation Code, an automobile club is defined as a person who promises membership assistance in the travel, operation, use, or maintenance of a car or automobile, by providing services within the membership such as:
The Texas Automobile Club Surety Bond states that the bond principal, the person or entity that buys that bond, must faithfully perform in selling or providing club services and pay any and all fines or penalties levied against the automobile club for failure to comply within the provisions of the law.