Vehicles Transporting Recyclable Materials Bond
What is a Vehicles Transporting Recyclable Materials Bond?
Those seeking to transport recycling materials within the State of Texas may be required to post a Vehicles Transporting Recyclable Materials bond. It is required for any business that uses vehicles exclusively for the transport of recyclable materials operating under the provisions of Texas Transportation Code, 622.134; and vehicles used exclusively to transport solid waste under the provisions of Texas Transportation Code, 623.163. The bond amount will vary according to the municipality the principal. The bond is designed to protect the municipality against any financial losses as a result of poor financial decisions, damages, unethical decisions, or a failure to follow state and local laws.
Purchasing Your Vehicles Transporting Recyclable Materials Bond
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Pricing & Terms
Surety bond costs are a percentage of the full bond amount, which is usually determined by your personal credit. Providing industry experience, strong personal credit, and business/personal financials will help lower your bond rate. Reach out for a quote today.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are hundreds of different bonds for all kinds of purposes—but regardless the industry or project—they all operate essentially the same way. A surety bond guarantees that you will operate professionally and if you break the rules, a claim can be made on your bond which you’re responsible to pay.
For most bonds, you can get instantly approved and print bonds at your home or office. However, we do not offer instant approvals for a select number of bonds, as the underwriting process generally involves a more extensive review of the applicant.
For the most part, yes. Bad credit can increase rates for license and permit bonds and most can also get approved for fidelity bonds regardless of credit. For contract bonds, larger contractors with poor credit can be approved with strong CPA-prepared business financials.
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