The Georgia Secretary of State, Board of License Professions, Used Motor Vehicle Parts Division, is responsible for the licensing of used motor vehicle dealers, motor vehicle brokers, motor vehicle wholesalers, used car auctions, and used motor vehicle parts dealers and is the obligee that requires the surety bond. The Code of Georgia Title 43 Chapter 47 and Chapter 48, defines the used motor vehicle parts dealer and dismantlers, rebuilders and salvage dealer license requirements.
The premium that you pay for a Georgia Used Motor Vehicle Parts Dealer Surety Bond is dependent on credit.
A Georgia used motor vehicle parts dealer must keep receipts for three years after purchasing parts. The receipts must have the full name, social security number or driver’s license number, and address for the person in which the parts were purchased from.
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