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Office: (832) 274-8216
 Fax: (281) 445-1227
Email: Title41@aol.com
  
Español: (832) 540-6955
  
9838 Phil Halstead Dr,
Houston, TX-77086
==>Hint: Located 1 minute from FM 249 & Antoine. FM 249 is also known as
W. Mt. Houston!
 
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1994-Present

4,000 CAR BONDED TITLES DONE.

5,000 AUTO TITLE TRANSFERS DONE.

500 LOST TITLES DONE.

2,300 AUTO TITLE SURETY BONDS DONE.

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* ADDING LIENS

* AUTO TITLE TRANSFERS / MCO's

* CAR LOST / DUPLICATE TITLES
 
* AUTO REGISTRATION RENEWAL    STICKERS

* CAR BONDED TITLES--MISSING    TITLES--MESSED UP TITLES ON BACK    CAN'T FIND THE ORIGINAL OWNER-    ERRORS MADE ON THE BACK OF THE    TITLE 

* SURETY BONDS [ALL KINDS]--    SPECIALIZING PARTICULARLY IN    AUTO TITLE SURETY BONDS--WE FILL    OUT ALL THE PAPERWORK ! 

* AUTO SALVAGE TITLES 

* 30 DAY CAR TEMPORARY TAGS 

* OUT OF STATE CAR TITLES 

* DBA FOR NEW BUSINESS LICENSE 
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ANY  CAR TITLE PROBLEM, IS NO PROBLEM ! 
YES,  WE ARE VERY AFFORDABLE, JUST LIKE THE NAME SAYS ! 

Bonded Title FAQs
 
1. What is a Bonded Title?
A bonded title is a process used in Texas to provide title to vehicles when the proper evidence of ownership is not available. The bonded title law was past by the Texas Legislature in the late 1980’s to provide an alternative to a Tax Collector Hearing to secure a Texas title for Texas residents. Many counties in the state no longer hold hearings. 
 
2. Who can apply for a Bonded Title?
Out-of-state residents may only apply for a Bonded Title if the vehicle is titled in Texas. Someone who has purchased or was given a vehicle and did not receive a title or bill of sale.
Someone who purchased a vehicle and only received a bill of sale.
Someone who purchased or was given a vehicle and only received an improperly assigned title.
Someone who purchased a vehicle and received a title and has since lost that title and can’t locate the previous owner to obtain a copy. 
 
3. Bonded titles can be issued for what type of vehicle?
Automobiles
Trucks
Buses
Trailers (over 4000 lb. gross)
Travel trailers
Motor homes
Motorcycles 

4. Can I sell the vehicle on the bonded title?
Yes, the bonded title is a negotiable Texas title. 
 
5. Does the vehicle have to be operable?
No, in cases of old vehicles it is best to obtain the bonded title before the vehicle is restored to save on the cost of the Bond. Application to obtain plates can be done later when restoration has been completed. 
 
6. Can I obtain a bonded title on an abandoned vehicle?
No. Abandoned vehicles must disposed of through law enforcement if they are operable. If not operable Form VTR71-2 must be completed by the property owner and a Certificate of Authority will be issued to dispose of the vehicle to a salvage yard. The vehicle cannot be put back into operation. 
 
7. Can I obtain a bonded title on a vehicle that was given to me?
Yes, but if possible get a statement in writing from the person giving you the vehicle. You then pay only a ten dollar gift tax.
 
8. If I did not receive a title when I purchased the vehicle is a bill of sale necessary?
No. However, a bill of sale is helpful on larger Bonds and can often reduce the amount of sales tax due when you apply for a title. When there is no bill of sale you may be required to pay sales tax based on the NADA book value or the highest appraised value. 
 
9. If the vehicle is inoperable will I have to register the vehicle when I apply for title?
No. We will supply you with a Form VTR131 that will allow you to secure a title without registration or proof of insurance.
10. How Do I Get A Bonded Title services in Texas?
Please call (832) 274-8216 to get more information.