Florida License Plate Lookup

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Florida License Plate Lookup Options

The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) issues license plates to every vehicle owner in Florida. Vehicle owners in Florida are required to have two license plates: one on the front and another on the rear. However, only the rear license plate needs to feature ‘stickers’. Vehicle owners in Florida can apply for several different types of license plates. However, the most commonly used license plates in Florida include a license plate that has a combination of numbers and letters and another one that has either ‘in God we trust’ or ‘Sunshine State’ at the bottom. Use the above form to begin your Florida license plate lookup online.

Start Your Free Florida License Plate Search

Regardless of the license plate you prefer, you need to apply for a license plate in Florida within thirty days after purchasing the car. You can apply for a license plate in Florida in-person, via mail or online. Performing Florida License Plate Lookup isn’t much different from making a request for a Florida license plate. You can perform Florida License Plate Lookup in-person, via mail or online.

If you want to access information related to Florida license plate or vehicle, a good way to start would be getting in touch with Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles .The Florida Division of Motor Vehicles can make a variety of license plate and vehicle information available to you including license data, driving records and driver’s license information. You can make a request to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for Florida License Plate Lookup in a number of ways. The foremost way of requesting for Florida license plate and vehicle information is doing it in-person. You can also request for the Florida license plate and vehicle information you need by mailing your request to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles at:

Florida Department of Motor Vehicles
2900 Apalachee Parkway, MS 90
Tallahassee, Florida 32314-5775

Another way to request for Florida License Plate Lookup is making a request over the phone. You can make a request for the license plate and vehicle information you need by calling at: (850) 617-2000. Finally, you can make an online request by visiting the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ website. Apart from requesting the Florida Division of Motor Vehicles for the Florida license plate and vehicle information you need, you can perform Florida License Plate Number Lookup through privately run online public databases. These online public databases are as effective as the Florida Division of Motor Vehicles.

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18 responses to “Florida License Plate Lookup

  1. Hello, I lived in Florida in 2010 for awhile but can’t remember if I got a tag at that time for a car and was wondering if there is anyway I can find out.. I do have my Florida license

    1. Hello Maria,

      I would be happy to help you with a Florida license plate lookup. We will need the full Florida license plate number to proceed. If you’re trying to lookup your license plate number by your name you will have to contact the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Department. I have provided a link to their website below. Please reach out if there is anything else we can assist you with.

      https://www.flhsmv.gov/

      Best Regards,

      The Search Quarry Team

    1. Hello James,

      We can certainly help you with a Florida license plate search. We will need the full Florida license plate number to lookup the information in our database. We can also lookup vehicle records by VIN number.

      Best Regards,

      The Search Quarry Team

    1. D,

      Thanks for the feedback. It’s always helpful when we get valuable feedback like this. We will be sure to mention this.

      Does Florida Require a Front License Plate?

      No, Florida doesn’t require a front license plate on vehicles. There are 19 states in total that don’t require a front license plate. They include Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico. North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.

  2. what is required to delete your middle NAME and just use middle INITIAL. Also, what different types of license plates are available for purchase when renewing

    1. June,

      To clarify, are you interested in changing your information on your Florida vehicle registration?

      How Do I Change My Name on My Florida Vehicle Registration

      1. Visit the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Office
      2. Request a name change for your vehicle registration or driver’s license
      3. Show proof of identification and change of name information

      For the second question, are you asking about Florida vanity license plates or are you looking for Florida specialty license plate designs?

  3. Looking for driver in Yellow F250 or My F350 with DV (disabled veterans) plate
    Anyway to find without knowing whole tag number?

  4. where can i get a new license plate. the one on my car has the paint coming off. so ulgy. and is there a charge to replace old plate?

    1. To find out if you have a hold on your Florida vehicle registration tag , you will need to contact the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

      How to Find Out If There Is A Hold on My Florida Registration

      1. Visit the Florida FLHSMV.gov website
      3. Contact them directly via their online form
      4. Visit the FLHSMV office in person
      5. Call the FMHSMV phone number: 850-617-3000

    1. To get a custom Florida license plate and see what your options are you should visit the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles website. There you can search for FAQs on Specialty Florida license plates and find out if there is a good fit for your car accessories.

      How To Get a Custom Florida License Plate

      1. Visit the Florida FLHSMV.gov website
      2. Choose what specialty license plate you want
      3. Check to see if your choice is available
      4. Pay the $25 annual fee for the specialty plate
      5. Receive the license plate by mail in a few weeks

    1. This sounds like a matter for the Florida police. Unfortunately we cannot assist you with a Florida license plate lookup with the reasons you specified. Your best option would be to file a police report and give them as much information as possible.

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Reviewed 12/03/2017 13:23, by   4/5 Stars
I’ve used this site search several times now to run a plate search on a car I was considering,  I am very satisfied. The process is very simple and the results come in quickly.
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Reviewed 10/19/2017 09:16, by   5/5 Stars
I found what I was looking for when running a plate search for a Florida vehicle.
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Reviewed 03/07/2017 17:42, by   5/5 Stars
Excellent tool. Gave detailed information about the license plate search I was trying to run in Florida. I strongly recommend this to anyone looking for detailed information about their vehicle.
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Reviewed 12/11/2016 11:31, by   4/5 Stars
Quick and easy lookup, yes I would recommend but could have some additional information, was missing a few pieces on the report I wanted to find out when running a license plate search.
License Plate Search Rated14.50 out of 5 based on 4 ratings and 4 customer reviews.
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Last Updated: May 15, 2018

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