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 »

To look up a license plate, visit the Department of Motor Vehicles website to see if driver information is considered public information. If not, get in touch with the local DMV and file a records request. Some states al... More »

You can't look up a license plate online for free, because the Department of Motor Vehicles, which is the government agency that issues license plates, is obligated by law to protect the privacy of every vehicle owner in... More »

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