How Do I Find Out Who Owns A Car With The Plate And Vin Number Free?


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Find the name and location of the office in your state that keeps drivers' license and car registration information. Often, this is the department of motor vehicles. Sometimes, however, it is called the 'tag office' or tax collector's office. This is the first stop in finding out who owns a car by the license plate.

Tell the clerk at the office you need to 'run a tag' if you want to find out who owns a car by the license plate. In some states, no further information is necessary. You simply give the clerk the license plate number, and the clerk gives you a printout with the car owner's personal information. This might include the owner's address, driver's license number and other information that is not readily available online.

Provide a sufficient reason why you are entitled to receive the information. In some states, you must provide the clerk with additional information before you are allowed to find out who owns a car by the license plate. For example, you may be required to show proof that you were in a hit-and-run accident or that you have some other legal right to obtain this information.

Ask the police for help. If you are unable to find out who owns a car by the license plate by following the steps above and you have a valid reason to request it, the police can find the information for you by doing a reverse license plate number search. They might not give the information to you, but they might be able to help you solve your problem.
You can also check up the VIN number of the car on which will show you if the car has been stolen or any other additional information about that car such as number of former keepers, colour changes, date first registered, year manufactured but this will cost you £4.95.

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