How Can I Check Who Owns a Vehicle?


You can check who owns a car by simply entering the registration number on the website 'My Car Check'. For a fee of£4.95 the organisation in conjunction with the Police National Computer for recorded stolen vehicles, the DVLA and Association of British Insurers, will give you detailed information about the car and give you a printed certificate.
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