Yes, if you go through a bail bonds firm, the majority of them provide alternate forms of payment, like collateral in the form of a lien on a car, house, or even pricey valuables like jewelry. Something is provided as collateral for the repayment of a debt. Therefore, if the bond is $5,000 and you permit the bail bonds business to use your automobile as collateral and your car is valued at $5,000, that might be acceptable in place of cash.
However, in order to purchase a bail bond, the court will only take cash payments.
You and the bail bonds company enter into a contract when you post bail. Private companies that are putting up the full bond on your behalf supply bail bonds as a service, and it is fully up to them to decide on the terms of a transaction based on your financial circumstances.