Plate numbers are unique numbers you can use to identify vehicles and their owners in Nigeria. It also helps in tracking any lost car down. The advantages of vehicle plate numbers cannot be overemphasized. Nigerian Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) issues the number.
Some people collect money from unsuspected victims and issue them fake Plate Numbers. It, therefore, becomes essential for one to verify that the number given to him is authentic.
In this article, I will provide you with detailed step-by-step order through which you can check your vehicle plate number online. Firstly, you need to have access to a strong internet connection and a computer or android phone that can browse.
Step 1: Connect the internet and open your browser
Step 2: Open the official webpage of the Federal Road Safety Commission, which is www.frsc.gov.ng. Be careful to open their official web page so you will not fall victim to scammers that are on the lookout to scam people through phishing sites.
Step 3: When the site opens, click on the Number Plate confirmation link and wait for it to open where you can key in your number.
Step 4: When it opens, type the Plate Number you want to check
Step 5: Click on Submit
Once you follow these steps, all the information about the vehicle will come up, and you can now verify if they are correct. If it shows another person’s details, it means the Plate Number is fake, and you are required to visit the nearest FRSC to rectify the issue.