Vehicle records in Idaho are as easy as having an internet connection and using and online license plate lookup tool. All you need to begin is have the full Idaho license plate number and a valid reason for running this type of search. Depending on what type of vehicle records you want to obtain you must find out what is necessary to get the information you’re looking for. An example would be if you need a vehicle history report on a used car you want to buy. Then you can easily verify all the details of the used car with a simple VIN or plate search using the form above. You can also find owner information, run a vehicle title search, find out vital statistics of your vehicle and much more with an Idaho license plate lookup. This is a resource not offered by any motor vehicle department in Idaho and can be accessed on the fly with your smartphone or laptop. We also offer support if you get stuck and are having difficulties locating the information you’re after. You can reach out via phone, email or blog, we are here to help.
Depending on what your reason for obtaining Idaho license plate information, your results may vary. There is a lot of vehicle information available with a plate and VIN search.
Idaho wasn’t one of the first states to issue license plates, the state first issued license plates in 1913 and before then local city government was responsible for managing vehicle ownership. Idaho’s first issued license plates were made of porcelain, brass and steel. Today those are collectors items. Idaho is well known for potato farming and some of the early plates that were issued by the state displayed the potato on them. Today, ID license plates are made of aluminum and come in a variety of options, including customizable plates and phrases.
Idaho License plates are issued to Trailers, Motor homes, Passenger vehicles and trucks and motorcycles. There are two basic types of plates, standard and customized license plates. There are several types of customized plates including special organizational plates, personalized plates and veteran plates. Some customized plates, where you pick what your plate says can also include special characters. It’s also important to note that you cannot pick anything offensive to be displayed on your ID license plate, which also goes for every state in the US.