Ohio Transportation Bonds

Businesses related to vehicles and transportation in Ohio are often required to furnish surety bonds. There are several Ohio State departments (including the Department of Transportation and the Department of Public Safety) that manage individuals and businesses needing these bonds. In general, these surety bonds are a financial guarantee to protect the state's interest or individual consumers from the bonded company or individual.

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Auto dealers selling more than 5 cars in a calendar year must file a $25,000 license bond with the Ohio Attorney General.

To be licensed with the Department of Taxation, motor fuel dealers need to obtain a surety bond starting at a $5,000 limit.

Those selling boat and watercraft registrations are to file a bond with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks and Watercraft.

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles regulates dealers of remanufactured vehicles, requiring them to hold a $100,000 bond.

This $15,000 surety bond is required by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for any company certified to transport brine.

To get a special hauling permit or movement of excess loads permit a surety bond may need to be filed with the City of Medina.

Commercial driver training schools, class D driver training schools, abbreviated adult driver training schools, and commercial driver license third party testing centers must have a bond in Ohio.

A special hauling permit and bond may be required for freight companies moving a load heavier than what the Ohio law requires on state roads, highways and bridges.

A $25,000 bond is to be on file with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles as part of the contract requirement for deputy registrars.