Florida has over 150 bond requirements for several industries and professions throughout the state. The purpose of surety bonds enforced within Florida is to provide financial security for the state and its population. As a third party surety carrier, Jet Insurance Company not only services surety bonds, but provides the compensation if a person or business creates financial damages to others while operating.
No middlemen are involved when you purchase a bond with Jet, meaning you can get nearly any surety bonds in just minutes, without any hassle or fees.
Construction bonds are a common license or permit requirement, whether enforced by the state, a union, a city, a county, or another entity. Find your Florida construction related bond here.
Several financial and insurance professions require a surety bond, including public adjusters, credit service organizations, money transmitters, collection agencies, and more.
Motor vehicle dealers, excess size & weight permit holders, and mobile home dealers are among those who must hold a surety bond to do transportation related business in Florida.
In Florida, the Fuel Tax Bond, Sales and Use Tax Bond, Liquor/Alcohol Tax Bond, Tobacco Tax Bond and Fuel Tax are the tax-related bonds required.
Administrators/executors and conservators/guardians are often mandated to purchase a surety bond. Plaintiffs and defendants in court cases may also need a bond, depending on the scenario.
If you are a medicaid provider, run a nursing home or assisted living facility, or distribute wholesale prescription drugs, you'll likely need to be licensed and hold a surety bond in Florida.
There are several waste bond requirements from waste hauling to waste disposal which are regulated at a city or county level.
Whether dealing ag products, planting non-native species or selling hunting and fishing licenses, Florida will need a surety bond before you can conduct certain businesses.
ERISA, Employee Dishonesty, Janitorial Service, and Business Service Bonds offer financial protection to the business when it has sustained losses due to an employee's deceptive acts.
Florida notaries need to file a $7,500 Notary Bond to legally operate in the state.
Although most bonds fall under the above categories, some do not, including lottery retailers/vendors, consignment shops, travel agents, public officials, and more.
The following bonds are requested more than others at Jet. Get straight to the bond you need by selecting your it below.
A $25,000 Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond is required by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for all licensed auto dealers.
If you are unable to provide proof of vehicle ownership, you may be required to obtain a Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title (Lost Title Bond).
Florida Public Adjusters need a $50,000 bond as part of their licensing and Jet has the lowest rates available.
If you are the designated Financially Responsible Officer (FRO) for a construction company, you must purchase and maintain a $100,000 Financially Responsible Officer Bond.