When someone looks up your license plate number, do they get the driver's information too?

Answers:8   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-04-15 05:22:32  

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Huberta
Asked at 2012-01-06 20:43:00
Who receives the information from the driver's license as well along with the vehicle make and model ?
Answer1JohAnswered at 2012-01-08 05:45:21
In the U.S. , No. This information is protected by privacy laws. Only authorized agencies can access vehicle registration records .
Answer2AlcottAnswered at 2012-01-10 17:40:29
But the owner was driving it 's time to take the plate number

What is your address, if the car is registered, but no date of birth
Answer3GileAnswered at 2012-01-11 00:49:19
They do not get anything, because federal law prohibits disclosure to anyone other than law enforcement , towing companies of possession, and insurance companies with a lawsuit.

Drivers Privacy Protection Act
18 USC
Answer4CarolAnswered at 2012-01-20 20:01:07
find your own number plate, and then you'll know [no duh ]
Answer5 복수 고유명사 Answered at 2012-01-27 18:53:56
If that someone is a cop , then he can , if desired. If that someone is a civilian , gets zip ....
Answer6ReginaAnswered at 2012-02-05 00:27:14
Why not try it and then we 'll see what happens / no, of course, but can never understand why people ask questions when they can find it on google
Answer7gazelleAnswered at 2012-03-01 14:00:01
Are called the owners , not the name of the drivers and all want and deserve connected to the car and the owner - I do not know whether an individual may obtain such information without filling any form of complaint with the DMV

Important information about privacy and access to DMV records

Drivers Privacy Protection Act ( DPPA) restricts access to DMV records containing personal information . For example, the DPPA restricts :
? the use of a vehicle license plate number or vehicle identification number to find the name of the owner of a vehicle ,
Use of the name of a driver to find the mailing address or residence of the driver, and
? a search of the names and addresses of previous owners of a vehicle.
Answer8DonalAnswered at 2012-04-15 05:22:32
In the UK , this information may be requested from the DVLA by anyone with a legitimate reason for wanting / needing it ( for example, private owners of parking lots, gas stations, etc. ) for a price of about
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