In some states such as Pennsylvania, a car owner can find his license plate number on the vehicle registration card or on the invitation to renew the vehicle's registration. If neither of these options are available, the... More »

Federal law prohibits members of the general public from obtaining other individuals' motor vehicle records except in specific cases. If your use case falls under the exceptions to this federal law, contact your local De... More » Vehicles DMV & Records

License plate numbers can not be tracked by individuals; this requires someone of authority to contact the state's department of motor vehicles, or DMV, to release the ownership information. The DMV will only release the... More »

An owner can ascertain whether a car has keyless entry by giving the vehicle identification number to a dealer. The dealer can look up the car and provide the information regarding remote keyless entry. More »

Tracing the ownership of a vehicle can be done by the registration number of the vehicle, the license plate, the name of the owner or by the Vehicle Identification Number. To find this information, it is necessary to pla... More »

On average, car batteries last for up to four years depending on location, owner's driving habits, type of vehicle and other conditions. Normal conditions for a battery involve having full charge cycles, lack of extreme ... More » Vehicles Car Parts & Maintenance

The average capacity of a vehicle's gas tank is typically listed on the owner's manual of that specific make and model. However, in most cases, the listed number is an estimate and tends to vary from the actual capacity ... More »