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Selling her car!!!
I am truly estatic to this progress! Baby steps....
WOOT! What a relief. When you cancel the auto policy check with her insurance agent if she has the correct remaining personal liability coverage-- may need a Personal Excess or Personal Umbrella policy to protect her assets , if someone is driving her in their car, or running an errand for her and they have little or no auto insurance and she's found responsible just because they are acting on her behalf. Agent can explain fully.
And after the car is sold either send the title release form* [don't know what your state calls it] in by certified mail, return receipt or if you can file it on line & print the acceptance --- keep either documentation **forever**.
I've gotten tickets , hit and run summons , parking tickets for donated cars and having this proof kept me from court appearances to explain I wasn't the owner that day.
Sold your vehicle? Completing a Notice of Transfer and Release of
Liability (NRL) lets DMV knows that you are no longer responsible for
parking/traffic violations or civil or criminal actions associated with
the vehicle after the date of sale.
Good for you! I like to see a bit of good news once in a while. it took MIL a bit, but she finally got used to not driving, although it did go a bit more smoothly than we thought. Hoping the same for you.
I agree with jmlarue to get it done quick, except that to sell it to that neighbor would be where she could see it rather often, might make her sad.