Thats a personal decision for YOU to make. You likely will have to pay for any defiencey balance if you give it up.
You should find the sales receipt. It might state on there what will happen. Regardless, payments need to be made and you should tell the loaner that she is deceased. You might want to contact a lawyer to make sure things go the way they should. * If the vehicle was not part of the inheritance the lender should have been contacted by the executor or administrator of the deceased's estate. If the vehicle was part of an inheritance then the beneficiary may contact the lender to arrange refinancing or refuse the "gift" and allow the vehicle to be recovered by the lender. In either case, a family member cannot simply keep the vehicle and continue to make payments without notifying the lender.
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