Doing a Colorado License Plate Search is Easier Than You Think!
Updated on October 24, 2017
What To Look For
Whether you’re trying to track down someone who hit your car and fled during that long weekend in Denver or you’re trying to find out more about the car that seems to be following you all over Colorado Springs, you can get all of the information you need quickly and easily by doing a Colorado license plate search.
But you’ll have to do your search the right way!
There are a ton of websites out there that promise to give you access to the very best Colorado license plate lookup databases, but if you don’t know much about how the search process actually works, the odds of you ending up with valid information are very slim. That’s because most of the databases you see advertised online are outdated.
So, what SHOULD you get from a Colorado license plate search?
A good team of investigators will be able to take the Colorado license plate number you’ve jotted down and dig up plenty of solid information, including:
– The current registered owner’s name and address
– The make, model, and model year of the vehicle in question
– Any lien holders that are associated with the vehicle in question
– The expiration date of the license plate in question
– The VIN number for the vehicle in question
(And speaking of VIN numbers, good investigators can uncover all of this information if all you’ve got to go on is the VIN number, instead of the license plate number.)
Best of all, they’ll get all of the information straight from the source — the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles. This is the same place law enforcement goes when they need information about a particular car or license plate, so you can rest easy knowing that you’ll get accurate, up-to-date information.
And, good investigators will do all of their searching by hand, so that no stone remains uncovered. Yes, that means it will take them a little longer than all of those websites that promise you instant results. However, those instant results usually aren’t accurate in the first place! That’s because the instant websites typically only have access to old, outdated records. Sure, they’ve got an automatic process in place that can spit out information in a few seconds, but if it’s a few years old, what good is it to you?!
But if they’re doing everything by hand, how long will it take a good team of investigators to do all of this work?
Less time than you might think! Because good investigators have tons of training and experience under their belts, they’ll know exactly where to go and how to work so that the process is as efficient as possible. You’ll get your answers within one business day. In fact, you’ll likely find out everything you need to know in just a couple of hours!
Can’t you just do your own search?
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles doesn’t hand out this sensitive information to just anyone. If you don’t have a private investigator’s license, you won’t be able to look at the current records. (That’s a big reason why so many of these websites only have outdated information — because they’re not legitimate, licensed investigators that can access it!)
How much does a good Colorado license plate search cost?
The very best investigators will charge you a reasonable one-time fee. (In fact, the team at Docusearch can handle your Colorado license plate search for just $39!) After all, how many Colorado license plate lookups do you plan on doing? If you’re like most people, you only need information about one car — making all of those monthly subscription services a complete waste of your money!
Best of all, that one-time fee will cover everything your investigators need to get the job done. You won’t be asked to fork over more money later for fees and services you knew nothing about when you originally placed the order. You also won’t be asked to hand over more money to actually see the results. (That’s another trick many of those websites use — they offer you free or super-cheap searches, but then they make you pay an arm and a leg to actually see the information they’ve uncovered!)
What if they can’t find any information?
Even the very best investigators will come up empty-handed every now and then. Luckily, though, an honest team won’t keep your money if they can’t give you the answers you need. So, before you trust anyone to do a Colorado license plate lookup for you, make sure you’ll get your money back if the search doesn’t turn anything up!
You won’t find better guarantees — or better results — than the ones Docusearch provides! Contact them today, and get the ball rolling on your Colorado license plate search.