Change of Location - Auto Industry Division
Change of location applications are governed by the following Laws & Regulations. Colorado Revised Statutes may be found on the Secretary of State website.
- C.R.S. 12-6-116 (1) - Notice of change of address or status
- C.R.S. 12-6-117 - Principal place of business - requirements
- 12-6-117 - Principal place of business - requirements, Regulation
- C.R.S. 12-6-518 - Notice of change of address or status
- C.R.S. 12-6-519 - Principal place of business – requirements
- 12-6-519 - Principal place of business – requirements, Regulation
REMINDER: You may not operate at the new location until you receive your Change of Location license from the Auto Industry Division.
A Dealer shall immediately notify the board of a change of location.
The Motor Vehicle Board requires an application and fee for any location change to be submitted prior to actual date of the location change.
You must ensure that that the new location of your dealership complies with all local zoning requirements.
If approved, the additional location license will be mailed to the primary place of business for verification of the information on the license. If correct, the Dealer should forward it to the additional location for conspicuous posting as required by law.
The form must be signed by an: Owner, Partner, LLC Member/Manager, or Corporate Officer (president, vice president, secretary or treasurer). The title of the person signing the form must be provided and form must be dated.
Wholesalers: All wholesalers must have a place of business or business address which place or address must contain an office wherein the wholesaler shall keep business books and other records.
Failure to complete all sections of the application may result in a rejection or delay in processing.
If you have additional questions, call our main number: 303-205-5604 or e-mail your question to: firstname.lastname@example.org