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The Utah Motor Vehicle Defective Title Bond is required by the Utah State Tax Commission for those who cannot present a certificate of title. The bond states that the bondholder shall well and truly pay and indemnify any person, firm or corporation who may subsequently establish legal ownership or interest to the motor vehicle at the time of transfer of title certificate. The bond amount is usually twice the value of the vehicle.
Are there any additional requirements?
- Printed digital photos of all sides of the vehicle that clearly show the condition of the vehicle
- Ownership statement
- VIN Inspection completed at any DMV branch office or a Certified Safety/Emission State Inspector
- Any Bill of Sale and/or Release of Ownership
- Completed Application for Registration form
How do I obtain a Utah Motor Vehicle Defective Title Bond?
Complete our easy to navigate online application. Within one business day, one of our licensed agents will contact you with a no-obligation quote for your bond (the “premium”). Once any necessary paperwork is signed and the premium payment is processed, your surety bond will be shipped to you via USPS Priority Mail (overnight shipping options also available).
The surety bond experts at Surety1 are here to help you get bonded quickly and reliably. We work with over a dozen “A” rated surety markets to ensure we find you the lowest rate for your bond. We are also licensed in all 50 states and maintain an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau.
How to Get Your Utah Motor Vehicle Defective Title Bond
- Complete an online application. It’s free and no-obligation.
- One of our surety experts will contact you with a firm quote and an agreement to sign.
- Provide payment and your signed agreement, and then you will receive your Surety Bond!
If you have any questions, please call us at 877-654-2327.
Surety1 was founded in 2003 and helps thousands of clients find the best prices on their surety bonds. We take pride in our work so that we can give you great service. Learn more about Surety1.