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I need to trace the owner of a car?

To trace the owner of a car you need to visit the driving and licensing agency website click on the data release link. Here you will need to give a reasonable cause for needing the information. Members of the public will need to fill a v888 form; companies should complete a vq3 form or apply in writing. Include a fee of 2.50$, vehicle registration and full reason for your request and then send application to: Vehicle Record Enquiries, Vehicle Customer Services, DVLA, Swansea SA99 1AJ.
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