Cargo Van Will a Wet wreckless in 2017 keep me from becoming an expiditer

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Hi everyone! Question: I'm very motivated right now to get into ideally starting an LLC as a van operator and purchasing my own sprinter van for cargo hauling, specifically expediting. My only worries are a wet wreckless I had gotten in california about 5 years ago and a speeding ticket in like 2015 or 14. Otherwise I have a clean record. I was thinking of starting this buisness in Florida or California as I have residency in both. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions to make this ambition come true?
 

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Hi everyone! Question: I'm very motivated right now to get into ideally starting an LLC as a van operator and purchasing my own sprinter van for cargo hauling, specifically expediting. My only worries are a wet wreckless I had gotten in california about 5 years ago and a speeding ticket in like 2015 or 14. Otherwise I have a clean record. I was thinking of starting this buisness in Florida or California as I have residency in both. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions to make this ambition come true?
Unless it's on a cdl record all of those should be off your points. Its dui or it's like that would block you because of insurance.
 
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My only advice would be avoid blue California like the plague it is. Same for other blue locales. Florida is far more business friendly. Ohio/Indiana is far more centralized for most of the major companies signing on independent contractors.
 
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Unless it's on a cdl record all of those should be off your points. Its dui or it's like that would block you because of insurance.
No it was a personal car I was driving at the time. Didn't crash into anything or run any red lights/stop signs, was just driving a little wonky.
 

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My only advice would be avoid blue California like the plague it is. Same for other blue locales. Florida is far more business friendly. Ohio/Indiana is far more centralized for most of the major companies signing on independent contractors.
Thanks man! I'll be adjusting my research parameters.
 
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