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This is a discussion on Tracing a plate within the Mid-Atlantic States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Almost a month ago, some drunk kid swiped the side of my car. It wasn't gigantic, so i just exchanged ...

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    Tracing a plate

    Almost a month ago, some drunk kid swiped the side of my car. It wasn't gigantic, so i just exchanged numbers. I asked for his registration and insurance info and stuff, but he said he didn't have it cuz it was his girlfriend's car. So I just grabbed the plate number and told him I'd call him back with an estimate. I've tried to get in touch with him for the past 2 days and I guess he's avoiding my calls. Is there any way I can find the owner's info using the plates, without having to pay some fee or getting the police involved?

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    Best bet would be to call the police i think.
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    Def. go to the police, they can run the data and go talk to him,then i am willing to bet everything will be taken care of.
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    i would've called the popo when it happened...

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    AFAIK only the Police and Insurance companies have that information available to them.
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    Alrite guess i'm gonna have to go to the police. Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quack
    i would've called the popo when it happened...
    You should allways call the cops on accidents, no matter how minor, cuase in the end, u just get fuk'd
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    If your car is mobile, move it out of the way of traffic, call the police, and wait to get a report. You will get screwed if you just exchange information.
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