In many states, submitting a specific form to the local Department of Motor Vehicles may find the owner of a particular car by license plate number. After submission, these forms must be approved by a DMV employee to ens... More »

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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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 best way to look up a vehicle owner using a license plate number is through the Department of Motor Vehicles in the state where the vehicle is registered. If the owner is suspected of being involved in an accident or... More »

Individuals cannot legally look up license plate and car owner information, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Only authorized personnel, such as law enforcement officials, can retrieve that information... More »

Many states offer practice or sample driver's license tests on their Department or Bureau of Motor Vehicles websites. Other resources for practice or sample tests are offered on websites such as DMV.org or Driving-Tests.... More »

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Customized license plates are only available through the Department of Motor Vehicles, and they are subject to approval. Some states allow users to order customized plates online, while others require orders to come via ... More »

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