Thinking of filing a name change? There are a few things you need to know before taking any action.
1. If you're a corporation and want to change your name be sure you AMEND your current articles of incorporation with your Secretary of State office. If you start a whole new account with the SOS you may be required to obtain a new DOT #. This will increase your insurance premiums.
2. If you're a sole proprietor and want to incorporate you WILL get to keep your current DOT #.
3. If you are a corporation and wish to downgrade to a sole proprietor you will NOT get to keep your DOT #.
If your scenario is not listed above call us so we can check with the FMCSA first.
Watch the video below and we'll discuss the details once you file for your name change. It's always best to hire this out, as simple as it may seem, to ensure all the pieces fit together perfectly.
There is a chance of the FMCSA inactivating your account if something is missed. Don't let that happen to you!
Here are the links mentioned in the video:
Name Change Application: https://www.evilsizor.co/name-change.html
Check your status here: http://li-public.fmcsa.dot.gov/LIVIEW/pkg_carrquery.prc_carrlist
Contact our office if you have any questions. Our number is 303-482-2965.
Happy New Year!
Can you believe it's already 2022? The transportation industry is the place to be right now! There is plenty of work out there, thankfully! One of the struggles I've seen through this pandemic is working with the government agencies.
That's where we come in. We're experts in navigating the red-taped world of government.
One thing you need to think about is whether or not you need to file your UCR and update your MCS-150 with the USDOT. I put together a short 5 minute video explaining how these two permits work together. Take a look!
Here is a link to the 2022 Renewal Hub if you need assistance with this process.
Most of 2021 year is almost over! It's time to think about how to finish 2021 strong and be ready for 2022.
I'm not talking about fixing the world's problems. We all know that's a large task and overwhelming. Let's break it down to our world and take care of what we have the most control over.
Hi! I've been working in this industry for over 32 years. I've learned a lot and want to share it with you to help you keep this process simple!