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
In most cases a 16 year old cannot own their own car because they will be seen as still a minor and much be listed under their parent's names to begin with on the vehicle title.
Yes. If your name is on the title you are considered owner of that car.
Your parents would need to add the car to their own policy.
Most states will allow you to register a car in one name even if two names are on the title. Of course, the registration has to be in one of the names on the title.
Not without the other title holder's agreement.
you have to be 18 to own a car and have your name on the title. but you can sell a car to a person under 18 and have their parents put their name on the title
No, if your name is one of the two on the title. That makes the car as much your property as it is theirs. If you intentionally deprive them of the use of the car by hiding or destroying it, then it becomes a civil matter - not criminal.
This question is extremely confusing. If the parents buy themselves a car, the parents name will be on their registration and title. If the parents lease a car for their son, the son's name will not be on the title. The company that leases the car will retain title and will take the depreciation in order to receive the depreciation under Federal Income Tax Law. How the registration reads will vary according to state law. However, there will be some type of legal document showing the son is entitled to drive the car legally.
without asking you, they will never do that
if you are on a car title and co signed for that vehicle, and it reads " you or them " can you register the vehicle
You may have to add their name to the title as co-owner.
My husband died in Nov. and I cant find the title to the car, that has both our names on it, how can I get the car in just my name in case I ever need to sell it, I need the title for the car insurance company too, thanks
Depending on the state you're in and the year of the car then yes you can sell one without a title.
Yes. Mine is thru Geico.
no, to hold a title you have to have a licence
Both names should be on the title.
you can be prosecuted for forgery or worse attempted theft
The title would revert to the survivor; this person should probably take a death certificate and the old title with both names to the BMV and get a new title issued with just his/her name on it.
Need to have a new titile issued from DMV
Yes they can. Both of their names can be on the title!
The name coming first is the primary owner.
It is if you share the title of the car if it has both names on it yes it is marital property and the title only has your name no its not
Since it was awarded to you, he needs to sign the title. You can take the title in as well as the paperwork from the divorce which proves you get the car to the county auditor's office (or the place where you get a registration) and get a new title ordered plus a registration.
Depends on wheter both your names are on the title or not.
If the names are like, "John Smith -and- Mary Smith", then they both have to sign the title. If the names are like, "John Smith -or- Mary Smith", then one signature is needed, and it can be by either one.