Car owners sometimes get into bad stories. For example, when selling a car under a general power of attorney, the buyer undertakes to register it for himself, and then, unexpectedly, the seller receives a receipt for transport tax or a fine. Or there are cases of incorrect (to put it mildly) behavior of road users (collision, undercut, minor violations of traffic rules), when the guilty driver disappeared without wanting to explain. A fair question arises: how to find out to whom a given car is registered?
As a rule, only traffic police officers legally possess this information. And you need to turn to them. Through a single database, they can find out everything about the car itself and about its owner. However, it is not a fact that this data will be kindly provided to a third party upon request. The maximum that you can, write a statement about the infringement of your driving or civil rights, supported by real facts, documents or testimony. For example, in the case of problematic sales and purchases, they will tell you in detail what to do.
In case you need information for litigation, file a civil claim and file a petition in the process. The court will independently request information about the car owner.
Of course, you can try to find such information on the Internet or through “competent” people. But remember that downloading and storing it is a criminal procedure.
There are, of course, online services of this type that upload databases to anyone. Here, everyone decides for himself whether to make a deal with his conscience or not.