How much does a vehicle title bond cost in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire requires all persons who have a lost or stolen vehicle title to post a surety bond in an amount equal to 1.5 times the vehicle’s value. The Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles appraises and determines the value of vehicles in question, and applicants must verify their required bond amount with the state.
If your required bond amount is less than $6,000, SuretyBonds.com can issue your bond for just $100! The price of bonds between $6,000 and $15,000 will be calculated at $15 per every $1,000 of the required bond amount. Bonds less than $15,000 can be issued instantly without a credit check!
Bonds in amounts greater than $15,000 are subject to underwriting.
Prior to contacting a certificate of title bond specialist, be sure to have your vehicle information handy. This includes your appraised vehicle amount, your required bond amount and the VIN, model, year and make of the vehicle.
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|Bond Type||Bond Amount||Cost*|
|Certificate of Title Bond||Less than $6,000||$100 for 3 years||Apply Now|
|Certificate of Title Bond||$6,000-$15,000||$15 per every $1,000 of required bond amount ($100 minimum) for 3 years||Apply Now|
|Certificate of Title Bond||Greater than $15,000||Subject to Underwriting||Apply Now|
Call 1 (800) 308-4358, or submit a bond request now! Our experts will help you get the bond you need quickly, easily and accurately.
Why do I need this bond?
By posting a New Hampshire certificate of title bond, the principal (current vehicle owner) guarantees that he or she has applied to the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles for the issuance of a certificate of title for the vehicle in question. By posting this bond, the principal assumes liability if the vehicle turns out to be stolen or otherwise acquired under fraudulent circumstances.
What’s the fine print?
New Hampshire lost title bonds remain valid for 3 years from the date of issuance. Bonds can be surrendered prior to the termination date if the vehicle is no longer registered to the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles.
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