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To look up a Wyoming license plate, simply enter the plate number into the search bar of a public records portal. What you will see is only basic vehicle details such as the car or truck's make, model, year, engine type, transmission, braking and steering systems, trim level, drivetrain, manufacturer, and sometimes the MSRP. This information is freely available due to the Freedom of Information Act. However, if you need more detailed information such as the owner's name, address, phone number, social security number, driver's license number, or other details, you must comply with strict privacy laws, and sometimes you will need a signed consent form. In other cases, you must supply your name and company information plus the vehicle owner's name, date of birth, and ID number.
According to Wyoming law, all passenger vehicles must display two license plates, one on the front and one on the rear. However, in 2015, they changed the law, so that some antique vehicles and custom cars that were not designed to have a license plates on the front can wear them only on the rear.
You can obtain your license plates and registration through the local County Treasurer's Office. The Wyoming Department of Transportation (DOT) oversees all vehicle registrations, but you can obtain a title for a new vehicle at the County Clerk's Office nearest you. When registering, you must have passed inspection.
Wyoming, unlike other states, does not issue paper registrations or cards, they rely on the license plate and validation stickers for verification that a vehicle has been registered correctly in the state.
Wyoming license plates display a mountain scene with a cowboy riding a bucking bronco. They also issue exempt government plates to elected officials. Along with the standard plate issued to most drivers, Wyoming also offers the following specialty license plates:
Additionally, the following plates are issued through WYDOT-Motor Vehicles Services only:
Wyoming honors the federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA).The Wyoming Department of Transportation requires a requester to fill out a form and affirm that their request is in compliance with the DPPA. The DOT's Rules of Practice and Procedure states:
"These rules of practice and procedure are promulgated by authority of W.S. 16-4- 202(a) to implement the Federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act . . . to protect the interest of individuals in their personal privacy by prohibiting the disclosure and use of personal information contained in their motor vehicle records, except as authorized by such individuals or by law".
They consider highly classified information to be an "individual's photograph or image, social security number, or medical or disability information".
Anyone who violates these laws may be subject to steep fines and jail time.
It is perfectly legal to lookup a license plate number in Wyoming as long as the only thing you are after is basic vehicle details. If you are searching for driver information like their name, home address, phone number, or other details, then you cannot use motor vehicle records to get that. You must comply with strict DPPA laws at all times or face serious consequences.
Wyoming uses a form called "Release of Driving Record & Personal Information". When requesting records, using this form, you must supply your name, company name, address, phone number, and email address. Additionally, you must provide the name, date of birth, and driver's license number for the person you are looking up. You must also pay the $5/per record fee.
Using the method outlined above, you cannot look up a license plate or personal information using someone's VIN. However, you can use the NHTSA lookup tool or the national title registry to get a lot of information about a vehicle, including crash history reports and open recalls, along with consumer reviews and crash test data.
You cannot look up the owner of a license plate in Wyoming using a free, online method unless you comply with strict DPPA rules. If you are a towing company or impound lot and need to find the owner of a car or truck to alert them that their vehicle is with you, legally, you can access their records. However, only certain people and types of businesses will be granted access.
Wyoming follows the national DPPA laws pretty closely and allows the standard uses for personal information contained within motor vehicle records. Per their records request form the allowable uses include:
Anyone can look up a Wyoming license plate for free online at various third-party, public records locations. What you will see is only basic vehicle details such as the car or truck's make, model, year, engine type, transmission, braking and steering systems, trim level, drivetrain, manufacturer, and sometimes the MSRP.