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The Code of the District of Columbia § 50–603 (a) requires that anyone who is engaged in the business of buying and selling motor vehicles to post a bond in order to obtain their auto dealer license.
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The Code of the District of Columbia § 50–603 (a)(1) states, the bond is used to protect the public against financial loss due to failure of the bonded dealer or officer of the dealer to adhere to the laws and regulations by the District of Columbia. If the licensed dealer violates the laws of the District of Columbia, then a claim can be filed to compensate the public for damages
Different from other states where the Obligee for the bond is the state department of motor vehicles, the District of Columbia Auto Dealer Bond is established and required by the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. Their address and contact information is listed below:
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
941 N Capitol Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
No, the DC motor vehicle dealer bond is a two-year bond because it needs to cover the two year licensing terms. The best part of this bond is that the quote we provide you is for two years so your annual cost is much lower.
Once you purchased the bond from us, we will deliver the original bond to you, which you can use to submit through the My DC Business Center. You will need to create an account in order to use My DC Business Center.