A lender will not let one person just "drop off" a loan. They like the fact that they have 2 people who are equally responsible for paying, in case something goes wrong.
Usually the only way to do this is to refinance the vehicle. This can be done either with the same lender or another lender.
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To get out of a used car loan, pay off the loan or find someone else who will do that.
You just can't place your loan in someone else's name. That other person has to get his/her own loan for the car and pay off your loan.
If they both signed the contract and were legally able to enter into a loan contract no names will be removed. All signers remain equally responsible for the loan until it is paid off.
One can't get a car loan guaranteed. Nothing in life is guaranteed. There are many factors that come into play when asking for a car loan such as credit score and age.
The only way to be removed from the obligation of cosigner is for the loan to be refinanced.
The "someone else" needs to apply for a loan to pay off your car loan. With your loan paid off, you can sign the title over showing it free & clear. Don't sign off on the title until you know the loan is paid--or you could find that you no longer own the car but still have a loan to pay.
Yes, you can sell a car with a loan attached. You must pay off the loan with the money you receive in order to have a clear title or you must get someone to take over your loan.
No. In my experience and from what I've read, it is not wise to lease a car from someone with a loan. They can still be held responsible for the car if anything happens to it. If you cannot afford to make the payments and the bank comes to collect the car, and the owner does not have it, they can be arrested.