I am dealing with my own drama in a cosign arrangement. I have found that the only way to get your name off of the loan is to have her get a new loan through refinance.
It's up to the lender.
You can't make any new financial commitments without the approval of your trustee. After that, finding a lender may prove difficult too.
Did you inherit the car? If so, yes. If you did not inherit the car, then no.
Only if the car is a Dealer demo driven by the staff. Then the car is still technically a new car.
As long as you weren't a registered owner. If they trade the car in, then the trade should be paid off by the dealer where they bought the new car. This is actually good for you, since I'm assuming you didn't cosign the newest car loan. You're off the hook.
Only if you can afford payments for a new car and your used car is in very bad shape.
She is the only Elizabeth mentioned in the New Testament.
If a dealer dented your new car, you are not eligible for a new car. The dealer is responsible for fixing the dent only.
Getting insurance for a classic car is very similar to getting insurance for a new car. The only difference is that it is more expensive to insure a classic car than a new car.