Yes, you can be arrested for theft.
Yes it is considered as grand theft auto
If you are hiding the vehicle or continuing to use a vehicle that is no longer yours, you can be arrested for theft or fraud. Most lending institutions just repo the car, but if they have reason to believe that you're keeping their property from you they can go after you in criminal court.
No you cannot.They can after a lengthy court process force you to turn over the vehicle but it never happens....if it did you see the countless repo posters citing the case here.
Whatever the GVW of the vehicle requires.
They can stop the vehicle from being licensed. They can declare that the vehicle is being held fraudulently and if you drive it you could be arrested. You signed an agreement and gave your promise to pay for the vehicle when you took out the loan. Is your promise worth anything? If you don't pay this loan you will probably have difficulty getting any future loans. You might be better off just contacting the lending institution and finding a way to pay off the loan, then the vehicle is yours and you don't need to look over your shoulder for the repo man.
You give the repo man the keys to the vehicle and let him take the vehicle.
According to the repo handbook, any debtor purposely hiding collateral from the bank to defraud them is illegal and you can be arrested when summoned to the court. I am a Repo man, and even if you hid thecar, no matter what eventually you will slip up and we will get the car...
It's possible, but a bit unlikely. However, if the repo agent comes to you, and you claim not to know where the vehicle is, then they can assume an unauthorized person is in possession of the vehicle, and might report it stolen.
There isn't any.This is a civil matter not a crimminal one.If you are stopped by the police for speeding they don't care if the car is up for repo it is not their problem.It is between you and the lender.That is why the lender hires the repo co.