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If you bought a car with no title, or if you've been the victim of title-jumping, you might be able to get a bonded title to recover proof of ownership.

A Bonded Title is a regular title that is marked "bonded". Maybe you have heard of a "salvage title" or "rebuilt title". Those are titles that have a title brand. A Bonded Title is a title that is marked with a "bonded" title brand. It signifies a surety bond is attached to the title.

We sell those surety bonds. These bonds are called "Lost Title Bonds". You can learn how to get a surety bond and a bonded title below.

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General Resources

 

State by State Resources 

Click on state to go to blog post for how to get a bonded title in that state. 

  •   Alabama
  •   Alaska
  •   Arizona 
  •   Arkansas 
  •   California 
  •   Colorado
  •   Connecticut 
  •   Delaware - Delaware does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   District of Columbia - District of Columbia does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Florida 
  •   Georgia 
  •   Hawaii - Hawaii might allow for bonded titles. Contact your local DMV for more information.
  •   Idaho 
  •   Illinois 
  •   Indiana - Court ordered title
  •   Iowa 
  •   Kansas - Kansas does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Kentucky - Kentucky does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Louisiana - Louisiana does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Maine 
  •   Maryland - Maryland does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Massachusetts 
  •   Michigan 
  •   Minnesota 
  •   Mississippi 
  •   Missouri 
  •   Montana 
  •   Nebraska 
  •   Nevada
  •   New Hampshire
  •   New Jersey - New Jersey does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   New Mexico 
  •   New York 
  •   North Carolina 
  •   North Dakota - North Dakota does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Ohio - Court ordered title
  •   Oklahoma - Oklahoma does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Oregon - Oregon does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Rhode Island 
  •   South Carolina - South Carolina does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   South Dakota - South Dakota does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Tennessee 
  •   Texas 
  •   Utah 
  •   Vermont 
  •   Virginia - Virginia does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Washington 
  •   West Virginia - West Virginia does not allow for bonded titles. Contact your DMV for how to get a title.
  •   Wisconsin 
  •   Wyoming 

 

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