Vermont License Plate Search

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License Plate VIN / Vehicle History

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License Plate VIN / Vehicle History

How to Lookup Any Vermont License Plate Number

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

Vermont State Motor Vehicle Agency:

Vermont Department of Public Safety

103 S. Main St.
Waterbury, VT 05671



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

Vermont Department of Transportation  contact info:
Phone Number: 802 635-2526
Office Address: 120 State Street
Montpelier, VT 5603

Vermont DMV Resources

The state of Vermont offers both new residents and current residents a number of services to help them properly arrange their vehicle registration and license reinstatement. Among the services offered include changing an address, renewing a registration, getting a duplicate registration certificate and also paying a reinstatement fee. These services will enable Vermont residents an easy and efficient way to get their vehicle information up to date and easy to process.

One of the first services that you can take advantage of is change of address. This is the process of filling out a form in order to inform the state that you have relocated and need to let them know where you currently live. This will allow you to get updated information on such documents such as the license and registration. All you will need to do is simply fill out a form and then wait for them to process it. Once this is done, then the information on your license and registration is up to date. You will then be sure to get all forms such as registration renewal and other notices sent to your new home.

The next service offered by the state of Vermont is renewing your vehicle registration. This is when you extend legal ownership of your vehicle for one to two additional years. In this process all you will need to do is simply fill out a form and then let the state DMV office process it. Once this is done then you have your vehicle registered. You can do this in person or by filling out the necessary forms online. Either way you will benefit from this service by allowing yourself to register your vehicle with ease and efficiency.

You can also request a duplicate registration certificate. This is when you ask the DMV of Vermont to send you another copy of documentation confirming your vehicle registration. With this service you will just need to go online and fill out a form. After the information is processed you will then receive your duplicate registration in the mail. Using this will allow you to more easily get another copy of your registration whenever necessary.

The last service that is offered is paying the reinstatement fee. If you are looking to reinstate your license, you will usually need to pay a fee. As a result this service will allow you to pay for the reinstatement online with little hassle. Like the other services you will just need to fill out an online form and then pay the fee via credit or debit card.