yes you could find the owner, brand and amny more details
They can find that info out by running the plate number and then, when the owner i sdisplayed, running the name of the owner. The owner of a vehicle does not have to have a license.
This information is usually accessible to the public via their national car authority service. In the UK, that would be the DVLA.
If you would like to find the owner of a car that a license plate belongs to you would need to contact law enforcement. If you could do that for someone then they could do it for you and would you want someone accessing your personal information with just your license plate number? Only law enforcement and the DMV have access to those files.
Yes you can. Call the tag agency and give them the tag number on the car. They can tell you who the car is registered to and what address it is registered to.
by looking at the car license
License plate numbers are found on license plates. License plates are commonly found on the front and back fenders of a car. They can be found on the trunk of certain car models as well.
You can transfer your license plates from one car to another, in the state of Illinois. You must be the owner of the vehicle the license plate is being transferred to.
You can't. Contact law enforcement if you want to know the name of the owner of a car. Privacy laws exist to protect people.
Unless the license plate was illegally made, two cars wouldn't have the same license plate. This is because they are used to identify the driver/owner of the car if the police catch them doing something illegal (ex. speeding).
You can keep your license plate, when you sell the car. The license plate is attached to your name. When you purchase another card you can use the license plate.
Write down the VIN # located on the driver's side, on dash, next to windshield. Call the DMV with the VIN.
Check with your local driver licensing office
The license plate is yours and does not stay on the car when it is sold. Sometimes sellers allow the buyer to use the plate to drive home, but in general you should bring your own license plate for used car sales.
Each car is required to show a license plate as part of its registration. In America, the issuing state will be shown either at the bottom or top of the license plate.
Call the police and explain why you need to know. If you are looking for a legitimate reason they can look up the number in their database. I do not believe that database is open to the public.
There isn't an exception to the front license plate law in Iowa. Regardless of the car type, the car must have a front license plate.
You have to really have a good reason for wanting the info but law enforcement personnel can get the numbers owner.
If you are speeding the speed cameras take a photo of your license plate so the police can track you down. Also, if you have stolen a car, or something criminal like that, and the police are chasing you and you get away they will have got your license plate number to track you down. This is why the police find almost all criminals. A license plate also serves as a visible marker that you have paid your registration fees and taxes, have insurance and that the owner is licensed.
If there is not an existing plate, you need the title, registration, and valid drivers license.
Not ordinarily. Each vehicle must be properly registered with the local motor vehicle department and properly licensed. If the plates and registration do not match, one could be subject to receiving a moving violation and be fined. In some states, the license plate is issued to the owner of record and not the car. When the car is sold, the owner removes the plate, which then forces the new owner to re-register the vehicle in their name.
The Department of Motor Vehicles in that stae can.
Not if the car belongs to you. The license plate isn't sold with the car. You take it off before you sell it.