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Yes that's no problem but I thought it would not be possible or way more expensive to insure as the car would be kept at my own house not theirs.
It seems there is a difference between being the "owner" and the "registered keeper" I've been through various comparison website's and it doesn't seem to make much difference to the cost of insurance if these are two separate people.
How do we legally go about stating that another person is the owner ?
Do I just fill out the V5 and state that I am the registered keeper ?
I would like to do the same with the car I currently own so in the short term there are no issues, how do I "sell" my current car to another person so as they become the legal owner ?
Ok I will leave the current car as is.
On the new car the family member will actually purchase the car directly from whoever is selling it by doing this and the money transfer not hitting my account do they automatically become the vehicle "owner".
When that's done why can't I fill out the V5 in my name and become the registered keeper as it seems that's how you get the normal insurance rates and they are way more expensive if you try to insure a car that you are not the registered keeper of. On the price comparison website for car insurance there are two separate questions, "are you the owner" and "are you the registered keeper".