Pennsylvania Vehicle Records

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 Pennsylvania, the form you need is located here:
Pennsylvania 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.


Pennsylvania State Motor Vehicle Agency:

Pennsylvania Department of Motor Vehicles

Address:
1101 South Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104

Telephone:
1-800-932-4600

Website:
http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/

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 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is another agency that keeps driving and license plate related records in Pennsylvania. Contacting this agency, you may find information related to drivers licenses, registrations, renewals, and more.

Pennsylvania Department of Public Safety  contact info:
Phone Number: 1-800-932-4600
Office Address: 1101 South Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Website: http://www.dot.state.pa.us/

Pennsylvania Drivers License Services also keeps records related to license plates, registrations, and driving records along with numerous other services.

Pennsylvania Drivers License Services contact info:
Phone Number: 1-800-932-4600
Office Address:  1101 South Front Street
Harrisburg, PA
Website: http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/centers/licenseIDCenter.shtml

Pennsylvania DMV Resources

We all have experienced the long lines and even longer wait at the Department of Motor Vehicles, or DMV. The dreaded DMV is something that no one looks forward to. However, the Pennsylvania DMV now offers many services online, saving you wasting half of your day in line at the DMV.



One of the services the Pennsylvania DMV offers on their website is vehicle renewal registration. In order to renew your vehicle’s registration online you will need the first eight digits of your title number and your license plate number. You will also need all your insurance information, including the company name, effective and expiration dates of your policy. You may also need your driver’s license number and a printer to print out your registration confirmation. There is a fee associated with the registration and it can be paid using a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit or debit card.



You can also submit a change of address for both your vehicle and your license or ID through the Pennsylvania DMV website. You will need the first eight digits of your title number and your license plate number, if changing the address on your vehicle registration. If you are just changing the address on your license or ID, you will just need the license number to do so. You may also change your emergency contact information on their website as well.



You can also pay your vehicle registration restoration or Driver’s license restoration fess on their website. To pay your vehicle registration restoration, you will need the first eight digits of your title number, your VIN number, and the first two character of the owner’s last name or the first two characters of the company’s name. If you are just paying the fee for your license or ID, you will only need the license number to do so. You will also need a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit or debit card to pay the associated fees either item.



When you are ready to take your driver’s test, you can schedule your appointment online and find a time that works best for you. You can also schedule a special points exam on their website as well.



You may also search for a Pennsylvania DMV office near you on their website. You also can search and find answers to many frequently asked questions related to all things that the Pennsylvania DMV provides.

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