Do You Need A Bonded Title? [Infographic]

Bonded title

Please note that your local DMV is the only entity that can tell you if you are eligible for a bonded title.

You can buy a Lost Title Bond, but if the DMV does not accept it, then you are stuck with a piece of paper you can’t use. So be sure to confirm with your local DMV that you can start the process!

If you are ready to start the process, view our full guide or view our step-by-step tutorials for each state:

View tutorials on how to get a Bonded Title

Most people get bonded for just $100. It’s a one-time payment (not monthly).

Surety Solutions, A Gallagher Company does not issue Certificate of Lost Title Bonds

This Post Has 5 Comments
  1. I appreciated it when you shared that it is best to consult your local DMV to find out if you are eligible for a bonded title. My uncle just mentioned the other day that he recently bought a car from someone who didn’t have the title. I will suggest to him consulting the local DMV to find out if he needs it and work with a reliable service that can help him acquire it.

  2. I bought a car and lost title but was not yet in my name. I dont know who owned it last and I can only get a lost title if the last owner does it so please help. The car came from georgia

    1. Hello Elizabeth,

      I’m sorry to hear you are experiencing difficulties getting your car’s title registered into your name. We recommend you contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 855-406-5221 to determine whether your vehicle is eligible for a bonded title. We have a helpful step-by-step guide on the process of getting a bonded title in Georgia here:

      Good luck with getting your title!

Comments are closed.

Back To Top