Searching for the owner of a license plate isn’t free. A reverse license plate search will assist you in finding the owner of a vehicle. If you haven’t already conducted a license plate search from a trusted source, do you know what your options are?
Hire a private investigator. Although private investigators are not cheap, they are professionals in their fields and can provide the information you’re looking willing to pay the right price. Contact a a local professional in your area by searching in your phone book. Utilizing the services of a detective, you can expect to spend anywhere between $150 – $300 for a reverse license plate search.
Use a large online private investigation service such as Abika or Best People Search. These services will charge you $79 or more to search by license plate number. By searching online you will normally get back a combination of the following information: the first and last Name, address, registration and expiration date, make and model of vehicle, VIN number, title number, lien holder name. These services can normally get information for most states in the United States as Canadian Provinces.
Join a private investigation membership service. These services enable users to pay reduced fees because they have ongoing memberships, which in turn lower the price for conducting a license plate or investigation search for it’s members. Memberships may range anywhere from $29 to $59 per year and enable you to access search databases used by private investigators. This is a likely a good choice if you’re willing to do the work yourself and you want to save a little money. If the information you are searching for isn’t available however, most membership sites do not offer refunds.
Based on the information available, there are several options available that may suite your needs to conduct a reverse license plate search. Although anyone can conduct search for who owns a tag, if your looking for a free license plate search, the only way you can get it done for free is if you know a law enforcement officer who will conduct the search for you if they have access to all of the databases.