Recent Amendments to Motor Vehicle Bond Requirements in CO, ID, and PA
In Colorado, Senate Bill 144 (SB 144) requires that all motor vehicle repair shops operating in the state must obtain a surety bond twice the amount of the retail value of a vehicle whenever they choose to seek title for any abandoned vehicle.
Idaho has two new requirements pertaining to motor vehicle regulation. House Bill 365 mandates that all dealers of motor-driven cycles comply with the $20,000 surety bond requirement, which currently is in existence for vehicle dealers operating in the state. Additionally, Idaho House Bill 440 requires all dealers of truck campers to obtain a $10,000 license bond.
The enactment of Pennsylvania Senate Bill 1019 (SB 1019), makes it a requirement for all state recreational vehicle dealers to obtain a license bond in the amount of $30,000, in order to act as a security against any possible claims. Specifically, this license bond will protect against claims brought up by an agency of the commonwealth for money past due, such as fees, licenses, unpaid taxes, payment of criminal penalties, civil fines/penalty, etc.
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