Look at it.An expansionLook at the back of your car. If it is missing it is on the registration paperwork that must be carried in your vehicleIf the whole car has been stolen when you report the car missing the police can easily reference the car from your personal ID.
Contact the bank.
ask a cop to run the license plate on their computer If it is still in your possession, it has not been stolen and anyone who files a police report saying it has been is commiting a crime. However, if it has already been repossessed and disappears from the storage lot, it HAS been stolen and the lender or repo agent will report it.
Texas does not have gun registration. If you suspect the gun has been stolen, call your local law enforcement agency. They have access to databases of stolen guns and can check this for you and find the rightful owner.
It means that registration and/or licensing fees have been paid in various states.
In the UK a 52 plate would have been registered anytime in the 6 months period begining 1st September 2002.
No to both questions. But the repossession agent has access to all that information and then some.
You must go to the police station and ask them to find out where the car is at the present time by giving them the number plate of that car. The police should automatically find that car, this was you will know where it is and if it has been stolen or not.
Too early yet to tell whether there has been any movement of the plate, but possible. Folk will be working on it.
You, as a civilian, really can't. It is, however, possible to enter the plate number and state on the Carfax website (for a fee - there isn't any place to get this information for free), and pull up the vehicle's history - where it's been sold from, where it's been registered previously (although it won't tell you who the registrar was), and something pertinent such as whether or not a vehicle was stolen should show up on there, as well.
has car ever been listed as stolen?
There have been reports of 27 punch balloons stolen from Walgreens stores. There may have been others stolen, but these are the ones that were on record as having been stolen.