A few local state DMVs offer a free license plate check, along with a license plate finder or some other alternative to confirm license plate availability. The DMV's tools are often used to find a license number for a cu... More »

To trace a license plate for free, check with your local Department of Motor Vehicles office to find out if your state offers a license plate look-up, plate search or owner identification. Another option is to use a thir... More »

License plate look-ups are done through the Department of Motor Vehicles, usually through one of their state websites or by asking at one of their office locations. Some states do not offer a free license plate search se... More »

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To trace a license plate for free, check with your local Department of Motor Vehicles office to find out if your state offers a license plate look-up, plate search or owner identification. Another option is to use a thir... More »

The cost of getting a new license plate depends on which state the car is registered in and what kind of plate is being purchased. North Carolina, for example, charges 15 dollars for a replacement and up to $100 for an i... More »

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Veterans license plates are not free in most states and require fees for the initial cost of the plate, which vary depending on the state of issuance. Additional fees apply for personalized license plates. More »

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Whether or not a person can look up another person's license plate largely depends on the state where the vehicle is registered. Some states allow looking up full license plate and owner information, while others only al... More »