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How to Lookup Any Connecticut License Plate Number

1. Your can run a Connecticut license plate lookup via private third party databases, which organize and index vehicle information in a simple to use format. These databases are operated by private companies. This is the simplest option for those looking for vehicle information because it involves the least amount of work.

2. Another good option is to request the vehicle record information from the state. The Connecticut form you need is the Connecticut Vehicle Records Request Form. It gives you the ability to lookup CT license plate and vehicle information for the vehicle you own, not others.

3. The third and most expensive option is to acquire the Connecticut license plate number information from a private detective. Though it’s expensive, it can yield a lot more information than the first two options.

Connecticut State Motor Vehicle Agency:

Connecticut Department of Public Safety

Address:
1300 1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, CT 6457

Telephone:
860 685-8190

Website:
http://www.ct.gov/dps

Connecticut Car Owner Lookup By License Plate

It is possible to lookup some Connecticut car owner information with a license plate number search. You’ll need the entire plate number as well as having an approved reason to run your search, which is governed by the state’s privacy and federal privacy laws. You’ll simply enter the CT license plate number into the search fields and find a multitude of information about the car, the vehicle history and some limited car owner information.

Connecticut License Plate LookupConnecticut DMV Resources

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles maintains a convenient and easy to use website that is useful in many ways.

The site’s home page features a map of Connecticut with little icons showing towns where DMV offices and AAA offices are located. When one of the icons is clicked it opens another page which lists services offered and hours of operation for that location.

Just below the map is a banner which reads “Check Here For Wait Times in DMV Offices”. When the banner is clicked it opens to a page of text along with a small drop-down menu. The text on the page explains when the best times to visit DMV offices are and the drop-down menu lists all of the Connecticut DMV offices. When one of the offices is selected a new page opens which lists how long of a projected wait for services at that location will be.

A banner situated right below the wait times banner states that adult and teen learner’s permit tests can now be scheduled online. When the banner is clicked it opens to a page where appointments can be scheduled or rescheduled or appointment details can be viewed.

On the lower half of the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles website home page there is a section for the latest DMV news and a list of links that provide information and answers to questions about key services offered by the DMV. These include detailed driver’s license and ID and registration and title information as well as information about emission test centers, DMV inspections and fees, dealers and repairers and how to file a complaint against a motor vehicle repair shop or dealer.

There are links to information concerning disabled customers, military personnel and new residents and a listing of arrests by motor vehicle inspectors is also included.

Near the top of the Connecticut DMV website there are buttons for publications and forms and About Us and Contact Us sections. Below those buttons are other buttons that link to information pertaining to teens, seniors, commercial vehicles, online services and license suspension.

The Connecticut DMV website is translatable into 70 different languages and also features a video message from the state commissioner of motor vehicles.

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