Can I get a car title transfer put in my name if my grandmother pays my insurance ?
UPDATED: Jun 30, 2016
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Asked June 30, 2016
If you own a car or want to do a title transfer put into your name, you may have someone else pay your insurance. People do this all the time as a way to save money or simply because they have a generous relative. When doing this and looking to do a car title transfer, you may be worried about running into problems.
Luckily, there is nothing stopping you from getting a car transfer put into your name if your grandmother pays your insurance, or anyone else for that matter. But, just make sure that when you do a car title transfer, you have everything lined up and ready. That way, the process will go smoothly.
If you have a relative such as your grandmother who pays your insurance, don't worry at all if you want to do a car title transfer as there is absolutely nothing preventing you from doing so.
Answered July 5, 2016 by InsuranceStar