How to Find Out Who Owns a Car

Who owns that car? That question seems to pop up anytime you spend some time on the road or are looking to buy a used vehicle. With the power of the internet, this query seems like a piece of cake. Want to know the identity of the driver who swerved… Continue reading

Who’s More Likely to Text and Drive – Teenagers or Their Parents?

When children are young, it’s adorable to see them imitate their parents: little boys wanting to shave alongside Dad and little girls swinging a tennis racket like Mom. That glow of pride fades when kids begin to reflect some less-stellar behavior, whether it’s sloppiness or being late to everything. Some… Continue reading

Best and Worst States for DMV

If you live in a populous state – typically one with traffic congestion, busy streets, and no parking – you can expect to wait in line for many things, particularly to do business at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). It makes sense that the states with the highest population… Continue reading

Best and Worst Cities to Own a Car

Owning a car comes with many obligations, some pleasures – and lots of costs. Most times people own cars because they’re suburbanites who commute to a job and live far enough out of an urban center that there are few options for getting around other than private transportation. Despite a… Continue reading

Criminal Records and College Admissions

Almost 20 million people in America planned to enroll in college in 2018, and of those 11 million were female, more than 8 million were male. About 6.7 million planned to attend a two-year program, and over 13 million planned to attend a four-year program. Higher education is supposed to… Continue reading

4 Cases Where Juries Got It All Wrong

The nation’s legal system is largely built on checks and balances between judges, courts, and juries, and the trial court system is typically efficient in giving defendants a fair shake at proving their innocence. Unfortunately, there are sometimes biases within juries, false testimonies and bad science that can lead to… Continue reading

Top 10 Best Apps to Make New Friends

Finding new friends can be hard, especially in an age where everyone seems to make more connections online than they do in person. If you find your social life is lacking, you just moved to a new area or have just decided you need an upgrade in your current circle… Continue reading

Deadliest Careers: The Most Dangerous Jobs You Don’t Want to Have

Everyone has to make a living, but some choose to do so by risking their safety and even their lives. We’ve done some research and found the top 15 most dangerous jobs in the U.S.: Logging is one of the most dangerous careers a person can have today, with 135.9… Continue reading

How to Find Social Media Profiles by Using InfoTracer’s Reverse Email Search

Do you have an email address in your possession and you don’t know very much about the owner? Many people are privy today of how to keep their private life separated from their professional persona, but there are still ways that you can uncover information about their personal preferences and… Continue reading

Does Infotracer Notify the Person You Ran a Background Check On?

So you finally decided to run a background check on that new guy or girl in your life, your kid’s friend’s parents, or new neighbor – and now you have that sinking feeling you might get found out because they may get a notification you searched their records…. Infotracer does… Continue reading
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How to Find Out if I Have a Warrant in Nevada?

The state of Nevada, particularly Las Vegas, is all about fun and entertainment 24/7. What's…
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Jail vs. Prison – What’s the Big Difference?

Do you know the difference between jail and prison? For most people, these terms are…
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How to Find Out Who Owns a Car

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Best Cities for People with Disabilities

How to Choose the Best Place for a Disabled Person to Live? Not all cities are…
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Dos and Don’ts When There’s a Warrant for Your Arrest

There's nothing more dreadful than receiving word that there's a warrant out for your arrest.…
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5 Bloodiest Crimes in the History of the U.S.

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U.S. Gun Policy

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In-Depth Look at Top Reasons for Arrests in the U.S.

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Who Gets the Dog? Pet Custody and Divorce

It's inevitable. You're getting a divorce. As you brace yourself for all the stress and…
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What are the 5 Biggest Online Scams?

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5 Things You Should Know Before Exploring the “Dark Web”

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Does Infotracer Notify the Person You Ran a Background Check On?

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Online E-Card Scam: When Good Wishes Deliver Troubles

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Privacy Controls: Part 2: Control your Personal Reputation Online on Google

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DUI vs. DWI: Both Are Bad News!

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5 Ways To Make Sure Your Online Date is Not a Sex Offender: Watch Out!

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10 States with “No Candy” Laws for Halloween

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