A reverse Nevada license plate lookup can help you to quickly and easily identify the owner of a license plate you may see on a suspicious vehicle or one that appears to be breaking the law. Each department of motor vehicle services registers a license plate number to an individual or business entity, recording the owner's information such as address, date of registration and insurance policy information. Although some of this information is deemed private and not released to the public, you can access the name of the license plate owner. It is quite possible that a plate is not on the vehicle in which it was registered, which may happen if the plate is stolen. The ownership information follows the Nevada plate number and not the vehicle. With a reverse license plate search, you can determine the address and mobile phone number of the owner via cross checking public records in databases. Other information available includes a criminal background report of the owner, email address and links to social accounts of the owner, as well as the vehicle's VIN number and registration number linked to that license plate.
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The service may provide the following information: name and address of Nevada license plate owner, address and mobile, vehicle VIN number by license plate number, vehicle registration information. Tip: Do not forget to check a license plate number before buying a used car.
What is DMV?DMV is Department of Motor Vehicles. It provides the following services: applying for license, issuing of drivers permits, title registration and transfers, license plates, keeping of driving records.
What is VIN?VIN is a Vehicle Identification Number