Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2012
Surety Solutions Insurance Services, Inc. (Surety1) now provides Alaska Motor Vehicle Dealer Surety Bonds, offering 24 hour turnaround time (Monday-Friday) with very competitive rates. Surety1 now has markets available to provide Alaska Motor Vehicle Dealer bonds for an annual premium as low as $500*. The required bond amount for an Alaska Motor Vehicle Dealer bond is $50,000 and the bond must be renewed annually. Our low rates and quick turnaround time make Surety1 a perfect starting point for purchasing your Alaska Motor Vehicle Dealer bond.
The Motor Vehicle Dealer Surety Bond is needed in order to obtain a dealer license to sell cars, boats, or trailers. These bonds are designed to protect the public from any inappropriate or illegal actions on behalf of the automotive dealer. The last thing anyone needs while trying to get a license to start a motor vehicle dealer business is a hard time figuring out what a surety bond is and how to get one. Surety1 is ready to help you through the bonding process with our simple online application and friendly, knowledgeable staff.
It is important to understand that a Motor Vehicle Dealer bond does not protect the dealer or dealership. The bond was designed to protect the State of Alaska and the customers of the dealer or dealership.
Surety1 offers a quick and effective online application process and a knowledgeable staff. The staff members are motor vehicle dealer bond experts and are happy to answer any surety bond questions you might have.
Surety Solutions Insurance Services, Inc. (Surety1) is an independent insurance agency based in Rancho Cordova, California and licensed in all 50 States. Surety Solutions Insurance Services, Inc specializes in the placement of surety bonds and other specialty insurance products.
For more information on obtaining a Motor Vehicle Dealer surety bond, you can contact Surety Solutions through its website, http://www.surety1.com, by calling toll free, 877-654-2327, or by e-mail, info(at)surety1(dot)com.
*Subject to underwriting approval
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