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and from talking with others and I hope it will help you to make your life better/easier. About your classmates driving better vehicles: When others below 20 years drives to school with a car worth … much more than 2000$, it would be clear that either: it was the car of their parents it was the gift of their parents or relatives who at the same time bought a new car it was the gift of their …
answered May 4 by H. Idden
From a legal standpoint this is your car and your mother is committing something in the direction of theft. From a human standpoint your mother helped you by cosigning and you owe her a favor. So … my advice would be, to make it clear to her that it is your car, but she can borrow it if she asks you first to be sure you don't need it at the moment. (It might help, if you keep the key somewhere out of reach of your mother like in your jacket or handbag.) …
answered Jun 29 by H. Idden