Mississippi "New Motor Vehicle Dealer" Bond ($25,000)

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The Mississippi New Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond protects consumers from fraud or misrepresentation when purchasing a vehicle.

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State: Mississippi
Category: "New Motor Vehicl...
Obligee: Mississippi Motor...
Amount: $25,000

Cost: $125

“New Motor Vehicle Dealer” Bond ($25,000)
Cost:
$125
State:
Mississippi
Category:
Auto Dealer Bonds
Obligee:
Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission
Amount:
$25,000
Duration:
Expiration:
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"New Motor Vehicle Dealer" Bond ($25,000)

$25,000 Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond in Mississippi.

 

What is a vehicle dealership bond in Mississippi?

To open a new Motor Vehicle dealership in Mississippi, one must activate their license or permit by purchasing a surety bond that covers any damages due to licensing or permit violations, provided that the applicant complies with the law.  The Mississippi New Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond specifically protects consumers from fraud or misrepresentation when purchasing a vehicle.

What is the cost of a $25,000 Mississippi New Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond?

A Mississippi New Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond ($25,000) costs only $125.

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How do I get a Mississippi "New Motor Vehicle Dealer" Bond ($25,000)?

The application process for a Mississippi "New Motor Vehicle Dealer" Bond ($25,000) is quick and easy, usually only taking about five minutes from start to bond download (most instant issue bonds). Simply click the Buy Now button below, complete the few questions for the bond application, pay, then print your Bond (preferably in color). By posting a surety bond, principals pledge to comply with the conditions of any written contract or applicable law.