It is important not to underestimate how small details can be decisive. Especially if you are going to buy a used car or if you need to find out who the owner of a vehicle is.
You should not underestimate how much it affects you. Above all, if you are going to buy a car, it is important to check who the owner actually is. So that you don’t buy a car that the seller had no right to sell. Because it’s something you don’t want to happen to.
There are two ways to find out who owns the vehicle for a car.
Use a private service to find out vehicle details
There are plenty of services online where you just enter the registration number and it shows who owns the car. In some cases this costs money and in others it is free of charge. It is a way to quickly find out who the registered owner is. However, it is not always the safest way as it is a second-hand source you are looking at.
Use the Swedish Transport Agency’s own service
You can either send an email or an SMS to find out who owns a car. You can easily visit their website, select the owner/user and then fill in the information you need. Nowadays you have to use your bank ID to confirm who you are as there is a limit of a maximum of 25 requests per day.
You will then receive the information you need in the email and you can quickly check who is the owner of the vehicle. Which means that you actually don’t have to worry about whether the car you are going to buy is actually owned by someone other than the person you are buying the car from.
You can also use the Swedish Transport Agency’s SMS service. You just send in the registration number to 72503 and you will receive an SMS back with the information. Keep in mind that the SMS service costs SEK 3 per SMS to use. However, it is a quick and flexible way to easily get the information you need.
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