How to get your federal freight brokers bond (and other related surety bonds).
How to get your federal freight brokers bond (and other related surety bonds).

A freight broker bond (BMC-84) guarantees payment to motor carriers and shippers in the event a freight broker fails to meet the requirements of the agreement or contract. Effective as of October 2013, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires all freight brokers and freight forwarders to post a $75,000 Freight Brokers Surety Bond. read more

Everything You Need to Know about Title Bonds
Everything You Need to Know about Title Bonds

In addition to helping you register your vehicle, a Title Bond proves that you own the vehicle and have the rights to obtain insurance or even sell the vehicle.

Vehicles that require a title include: automobiles, trailers, motorcycles, scooters, ATV’s, custom built vehicles, motorhomes, buses, mobile homes, trailer homes, semi trucks and trailers, boats, PWC, and aircraft. read more

Get Your Oregon Highway Use Tax Bond
Get Your Oregon Highway Use Tax Bond

The Oregon Department of Transportation requires a Highway Use Tax Bond for all commercial vehicle operators with a gross weight over 26,000 pounds. Oregon bases its highway-use tax on the number of actual miles traveled in the state of Oregon. The weight of the vehicle is also taken into account. Oregon uses these funds to pay for highway maintenance, repairs, and related highway construction projects. read more

How to get licensed as a TN Motor Vehicle Dealer
How to get licensed as a TN Motor Vehicle Dealer

A Motor Vehicle Dealer/Franchise Dealer is anyone who is actively engaged in the business of selling, offering for sale, soliciting or advertising for sale any motor vehicle or recreational vehicle. By statute, anyone who sells more than 5 motor vehicles in the State of Tennessee within 1 calendar year, are required to be licensed by the State of TN by the Motor Vehicle Commission as a Motor Vehicle Dealer. read more