Motor vehicle dealer bonds in some states expire March 31

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Here at SuretyBonds.com, our goal is to provide every client with the fast, easy and accurate bonding experience they need and deserve, which is why we notify our clients of their upcoming bond expiration at 90, 60 and 30 days out.

The following auto dealer bonds expire on March 31, 2014, which is just 60 days away:

Learn more about auto/motor vehicle dealer bonds here.

Getting your bond renewed before the deadline will make sure you remain in compliance with the laws of your state and industry. Renewing your bond before the deadline will also make the renewal process much easier for all parties involved because the government agency in charge of licensing and registration for your occupation will not be notified of an expired bond.

For those that need their bond renewed, SuretyBonds.com’s surety specialists can get it done in just a few minutes over the phone. Generally, surety bonds can be renewed for a similar rate as the previous year unless your financial credentials, like your credit score, or the bond amount have changed in the past 12 months.

Call SuretyBonds.com at  1 (800) 308-4358 Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CST, or contact an expert surety specialist online 24/7 to get your auto vehicle dealer bond renewed.

About the Author

Jon Gottschalk
Jon Gottschalk is the Senior Marketing Director for Suretybonds.com and regularly blogs at the Surety Bond Insider to keep consumers informed on new legislation and updates in the commercial surety industry. He is also a licensed property & casualty insurance producer in Missouri.