Yes, a person can have a car title in their name if they do not have their drivers license.
title jumping is when you sell a car to person a, then person a sells the car to person b. Person a never changed ownership of the title to their name and person b didn't either. which means your still the owner of the car. I had a friend that sold his car to guy, the guy sold the car to a woman. She got into a terrible accident and by law they were responsible for the accident because the titled owner of the vehicle is financial responsible for liability. He had to prove he was no longer the owner of the vehicle.
Not without the other title holder's agreement.
You have to go to the Saturn (or other GM) dealership to get your key made. You will need to provide proof of ownership (title) and a photo ID (driver's license). Only the person with his/her name on the title will be able to get the key made.
It belongs to the other person on the title.
the car insurance should be have in title owner.That person will be primary driver in car.so if person have old licence get some discount.It depends on where the person living place like city or town or specfic some state driving history,accident check ,violations and tickets.But if the person add somebody in driving car too.So need to add some more money with regular insurance.That also depend on second driver driving history too.if 2nd driver have new licence company try too add some extra money.Bec of insuffient experience
Just go to your agent and tell him that the other person will be driving your car, either regularly or occassionally. If it is a member of your household (including live-in boy/girlfriend), they should be listed if they are a lisenced driver, regardless of whether or not they ever drive the car. And, yes, if they are on the policy, their driving and accident record will affect your rates.
Vehicle was in an accident and "totalled" at one time
title has no effect. insurance takes precedent.