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Thank you for your patience, Brandon.The first step for you would be to file "Articles of Domestication" in Wyoming. This will transfer your corporation into their state. Make sure to do a name search to ensure that the name you wish to use is not reserved. There is a $100 fee for this filing. Here is the form:http://soswy.state.wy.us/Forms/Business/FPROF/FP-ArticlesDomestication.pdfThe next step is to file "Articles of Dissolution" in Nevada. There is also a $100 fee. This will formally terminate the presence of your corporation in Nevada. Here is the application:http://nvsos.gov/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=988As for where you need to have the vehicles licensed, what governs is where they remain for the majority of time. If you have an office in Arizona, and you conduct business there, then the trucks are registered out of Arizona. Otherwise the DMV can consider it insurance fraud and potentially cite you if they keep seeing your vehicles in Arizona but they are licensed out of Wyoming.Good luck.
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