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Q: Can a 14 year old buy a car and have it titled in her name and let her parents drive it?
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Can a 16 year old be on the title for a car or does it have to be in the parents' names?

If the 16 year old has their liscence, the car can be titled in their name. yea i 16 year can have title in his/her name which mean he owns the car insurance will be more expensive but the parents cant take it away form him/ her


If a car is titled to an 18- year old but she is under her parents insurance policy whose responsible if she gets in an accident?

She is.


Do a 30 year old living with their parents have to be attached to their automobile insurance policy?

If the want to drive their parents care legally - yes !


What happens if parent allows 15 year old to drive illegally?

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In whos name should a new car be titled to limit potential liability when the driver will be a 17 year old but the buyers of the car are the parents?

I don't understand what you mean by "limit potential liability". Parents are liable for anything a minor does regardless of whose name the car is in. If the parents are seeking to escape liability for accidents when the child is no longer a minor, then titling the car in the minor's name would be the way to go. This does assume they're comfortable with throwing their no-longer-minor child to the wolves.


Is it illegal for a 13 year old to drive around the block if it's okay with their parents?

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How many hours a week do teens drive?

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Do parents have to insure an 18-year-old who has his license even if they don't drive?

Yes and no. They have to include the 18-year old's information on the policy, but if the kid doesn't drive, they can EXCLUDE him from the policy. This will allow the parents to be covered if the kid takes the car without permission, because it will be considered theft.


Can a parent take a 17 year old kids car away if the kid owns it?

If the vehicle is actually registered in the name of the minor, the parents cannot sell the vehicle without the owner's consent. However, in most places it is illegal to register and title a vehicle solely in the name of a child, and the vehicle would therefore legally be the property of the parents. Additionally, regardless of how the vehicle is titled, the parents have full authority to restrict the child's privileges to use the car, regardless of who owns it.


Can a 18 year old get cheap car insurance if her parents do not drive?

The answer: No. Insurance is not cheap to any young driver. Not being on a parents policy can be more expensive as well.


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