In Ontario Canada, you can go to any Vehicle licencing office and get a search done. You need the VIN. You just ask for a "sellers package". Cost is $20.00.
No, I used to work for a DMV and they can not give out private info.
If the car is still in state and the owner has not opted out the state can run the VIN and tell the current owner. In Kansas it's the Dept. of Revenue that does it, it may be another branch in other states.
The DMV in the state you sold it, would be a good place to start. They can give some help, sometimes. Chuck.....
WHO WAS PREVIOUS OWNER OF CAR? NAME ON TITLE OF CAR PREVIOUS OWNER OF CAR? looking to find out previous owner how many previous owner
Sounds to me like you possibly have a stolen car. Anytime you purchase a used car make sure the title and registration belong to the seller and ask for ID. Better yet, before you buy the car, take the title number and call the DMV to find out who the correct owner is and if the title is clean. Hopefully, you can track the seller down. Good luck!
Car Fax will tell you where the car was last registered and it will tell you witch dealers have had your car in their inventory and where they got it from. Car Fax will not give you the names of private individuals who have owned your car and with out the previous plates it would be difficult to find out who had owner ship of it. You could see if the title history is kept from owner to owner through the dmv.
Some websites that will help you find used cars for sale by owner are: Auto Trader, Cars for Sale, A Used Car, Cars Direct, Auto Shopper and Automobile Mag.
You can start by searching carfax to see if the car has not been scrapped. Then, you might be able to check public records to find out who the current owner is.
how do you find out if the owner still owe a finance company on the car you are buying?
You can find used car warranty and other stuff at carfax.com they have alot of usefully information on alot of used cars. Like if the car you want as been in any car accidents or anything that has been bought from the previous owner.
If you are mainly looking to get the best price that you can for a vehicle, you are normally better off buying a used car from a private owner, as they are usually more motivated to sell. If you are looking for a vehicle with a warranty, you will be able to find used cars at a dealership that carry a warranty.
Ask the owner of the car?
Ask the owner!
how can you its impossible
You can find a car sale by owner by either posting an ad on craigslist writing that you are interested in purchasing a car or you can go to dealerships and ask for a list of owners who are willing to sell their cars.
You can report it stolen but they wont do anything once they find out a co owner has the car. They cant steal a car they own.
The VIN # plus 'Car Fax'.
Any time you buy a used car the owner isn't going to be completely truthful. Your best thing to do when buying a used car is to ask for the VIN so you can do a carfax.
bychecking their plates trough the computer
by looking at the car license
A good used car with the balance of a factory warranty. The biggest depreciation "hit" has already been taken by the first owner. A current model year demo or program car would probably be one of the best deals
No, the owner is the person who's name appears on the title. If you buy the car and then it is titled in someone else's name they are the legal owner of the car.