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Don’t tick the ‘new keeper’ box or fill in your name.Write your new name in full (don’t give initials or joint names) in section 6 of your log book. You must also include a separate note to say you’ve changed your name.Any time a carrier or other regulated entity changes its name or address, or other details in their record, they should update their US DOT and operating authority record with FMCSA in a timely manner.In addition, FMCSA requires all entities under its jurisdiction to update their information every two years: US DOT Numbers: To view a company’s current information, go to the SAFER System’s Company Snapshot.You must send your whole log book and any supporting documents to Which documents you send will depend on what information you want to change.Write your new address in section 6 of your log book (you can’t give a PO Box address).If the vehicle’s registered keeper is a business, you must include proof of its name change (such as a certificate of incorporation from Companies House).If you’re changing your address and name at the same time, you must include proof that your name has changed (for example a deed poll).

You are required to provide this update every two years even if your company has not changed its information, has ceased interstate operations since the last update, or is no longer in business and you did not notify FMCSA.Registration expires on the last day of the month shown on your sticker.For example, if your sticker shows a date of 12/17, your registration is valid through the last day of December 2017.Updates can be done online via the FMCSA online registration system with your US DOT PIN, or by filing an MCS-150 form.See below for more information on updating your US DOT number information.

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