1. Private databases purchase, organize, and sell information to consumers. These databases are run by private companies, not State or Federal government organizations. This is the easiest option for consumers looking for information because it involves the least amount of work.
Our sponsors are an example of a private database that sells information. Simply start your search by typing a license plate number in the search field on the right.
2. Another option is to request the information from the state. For the state of Maryland, the form you need is located here:
Maryland Vehicle Records Request Form
3. One more option is to hire a private investigator. This is the most expensive option, but it could prove useful.
Maryland State Motor Vehicle Agency:
Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles
1300 300 East Joppa Road
Towson, MD 21286
The recovery of license plate records varies by state. In some cases, license plate and driving records may only be accessible by the registered owner of the vehicle. In addition, there may be a fee to access the information.
The Maryland Department of Public Safety is another agency that keeps driving and license plate related records in Maryland. Contacting this agency, you may find information related to drivers licenses, registrations, renewals, and more.
Maryland Department of Public Safety contact info:
Phone Number: 410 339-5000
Office Address: 5700 300 East Joppa Road
Suite 1000 Towson, MD 21286
The Maryland Department of Transportation also keeps records related to license plates, registrations, and driving records along with numerous other services.
Maryland Department of Transportation contact info:
Phone Number: 410 865-1000
Office Address: 2310 Broening Highway, Suite 150
Baltimore, MD 21224
Maryland DMV Resources
The below site offers so much when it comes to drivers licensing and other DMV sources. Let’s say that you are looking to get your learners permit and you are not sure of the protocol and what information they will or will not need from you. So why not go online to the site and check out what is required. They can give you step-by-step instructions on how to go about getting your learner’s permit.
One of the great things about the Maryland DMV resources is that they can offer you education before you begin to complete your training before your permit. if you are of age and at least 15 years old than you can take these education classes and requirements. This will gear you up and get you ready to take the test for the learner’s permit. This education will let you know what to expect and how to prepare for it. And for those who are not very knowledgeable of the test and certain driving statistic and legalize, than this education is a definite must.
Did you just move to Maryland? Than why not log onto the site and give them your new information. They can then process it and send you off a new license with your information. And this a very good thing. Because in most states if you have just moved there and cop notices the old address they will bring it to your attention. And once they do it you will have to fix the problem.
As in many other states it is illegal too drive with an expired license. And as I mentioned once they bring it your attention you will need to fix it. And if you don’t they do have the right to take action.
Another thing they help you with is with your license plates. If, because of an accident, your license plate becomes damaged, they can set you up with a new one. What if your plate becomes stolen, because of whatever reason? They can replace it for you too.
You can also get access to your driving records. If you ride a motorcycle they have special services for that too. A motorcycle license is different than a car license, as is the test. And if you are going to ride both you will need a license and education on both. So check them out online!