You will need to first file a hardship appeal and prove to the DMV that you will not be operating the trucks personally, but they are business
vehicles to be operated by employees. Your next option is to convert your sole proprietorship to a Limited Liability Company (LLC
) and sell the vehicles to the LLC and the LLC will be the owner and able to register. If the LLC is not allowed (which it should be), then your last option is to sell the vehicles to someone else (someone you trust) and then let them register them. However, you will still not be able to drive them under your restriction without a hardship license.
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