Yes. A person can co-sign on 2 different cars.
They could still cosign. It would mainly land on the bank to see if they would approve this person as a cosigner. More then likely they would if they have a mortgage as well as 2 other car loans that are up to date. This person probably has very good credit and all they'd need is a good amount of funds coming in to get approved.
The only way to remove a borrower from a mortgage is to refinance the mortgage.
Only the driver. When there are 2 names on the title, it's usually because someone helped cosign.
If you are filing for bankruptcy, and you try to cosign -- two things can happen. 1. the lender will turn you down. 2. If the court finds out you have applied for credit the bankruptcy can be stopped. If you mean that the car and loan will be for you during or after the bankruptcy, this still has to be disclosed and again the bankruptcy can be stopped.
They can have one other passenger that is under 18 in the car with them. At age 16 you can have people in the car 2-4 people depending on the state
No one makes the car but about 2-5 people test the car
Yes you can.
one source put it at 2 per every 1 person, another said what's a car
I think you should. I used to deliver flower arrangements and for the 2 years only 2 people tipped me. I used my car and gas and it was not included in my salary. So I would have appreciated if they tipped me. I am not sire with delivery people who use company cars.
8. 3 in front 3 at the back and 2 in the boot. This answer is relevant in the question: (How many people can fit in a sports car). I wrote that answer to that person.
The correct answer is 12/7 hours which would be about 1 hr 42 min 51 sec . If the area of the car is 'A', then person 1 waxes the car at a rate of A/3; person 2 at the rate of A/4. The rate they wax if both of them are working is A/3 + A/4 = 4A/12 + 3A/12 = 7A/12. Then the rate multiplied by the time (t) must equal the area of the car (A); or in equation form: 7At/12 = A Solving for 't' we get: t = 12/7 since the 'A' cancels out.