If the 16 year old has their liscence, the car can be titled in their name. yea i 16 year can have title in his/her name which mean he owns the car insurance will be more expensive but the parents cant take it away form him/ her
If the want to drive their parents care legally - yes !
It is possible for a 10 year old to drive if he was very mature and was taught how to. Not every 10 year old can drive, and it is illegal to drive out on the road before 15. Some 10 year olds do help there parents and other adults move there cars when asked. It is illegal though for a 10 year old to drive out on the road
Yes, you can only drive on a public street if you have a drivers license.
It depends on how often their parents, friends or relatives let them drive. My 15 year old has gotten an average of four hours of driving in a week for the last 7 months. I have taught some teens to drive whose parents never let them drive.
I don't understand what you mean by "limit potential liability". Parents are liable for anything a minor does regardless of whose name the car is in. If the parents are seeking to escape liability for accidents when the child is no longer a minor, then titling the car in the minor's name would be the way to go. This does assume they're comfortable with throwing their no-longer-minor child to the wolves.
How many cars do you have to sell in one year to be required to have a dealer's license in Texas? 5 or more and they must all be titled in your name not in the name of a business or other entity. It you sell 5 or more, or sell a car that is not titled in your name, you need a license.
Yes and no. They have to include the 18-year old's information on the policy, but if the kid doesn't drive, they can EXCLUDE him from the policy. This will allow the parents to be covered if the kid takes the car without permission, because it will be considered theft.
The answer: No. Insurance is not cheap to any young driver. Not being on a parents policy can be more expensive as well.
* Go to school * Get a job if they have a work permit * Get married if their parents allow them * Drive if they have a license
The Japanese novel Kokoro was written by Natsume Soseki. It was first published in the year 1914 and is divided into three parts, titled "Sensei and I", "My Parents and I", and "Sensei and His Testament".