Motor vehicle dealers in Michigan have the responsibility of holding a uniform motor vehicle dealer bond in the amount of $10,000. Michigan law requires a bond to be in effect at the time of submitting the motor vehicle dealer application. At Jet, we provide this bond at a fraction of the typical price for dealers by shopping with various A-rated or better insurance carriers.
The price of the motor vehicle bond will vary, based on several factors including the dealer’s personal credit score. In Michigan, prices can be as low as $100 per year, or $10 per month.
|Price Tier*||$10,000 Michigan Dealer Bond|
|Monthly | Annual|
|Preferred||$10 | $100|
|Standard||$13 | $150|
|Credit Repair||$38 | $400|
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$10,000 Car Dealer Bond
All new (A), used (B), and broker (D) Dealers must have a $10,000 bond to cover any misconduct on behalf of the dealer, whether accidental or intentional. Upon a legitimate claim being filed against the dealer, the surety company will compensate any monetary loss the Obligee has incurred up to the $10,000 limit of the bond. The dealer is then legally obligated to pay back the full amount of the claim as well as any legal fees.Additionally, a motor vehicle dealer license cannot be granted without a uniform vehicle dealer surety bond. Motor vehicle dealers cannot be licensed without bond coverage.
Vehicles without a title available must have a uniform surety bond (Form TR-121) to apply for a replacement title. The vehicle must be less than ten years old or more than $2,500 in value. This bond must be supplied by a bonding company licensed to do business in the state of Michigan. The amount of the bond must be double the value of the vehicle and have coverage for three years.
The Michigan Department of State includes the uniform vehicle dealer surety bond as part of the application to become a motor vehicle dealer. A dealer license cannot be obtained if the bond is not correctly filled out. The requirements for concluding the bond application are as follows: