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    Mobility car, what happens when person dies?
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    • 1st Apr 13, 9:46 PM
    Mobility car, what happens when person dies? 1st Apr 13 at 9:46 PM
    Hope I can get some advice from someone who knows....

    My mother inlaw has sadly passed away and her and my father inlaw have a mobility car, it's all in her name (she didn't drive as she has no licence, he did) which they have had for the last 3years they did it so that they was paying it off so they could keep it rather than chopping it in for a new one, it has another 1year 4months left to go on it, so what happens now she has passed away as obv it was for her as she was a poorly lady but father inlaw would like to keep it. Is that allowed, can he keep it? if we pay it off? Who do I contact to find out?

    Any help would be gratefully received as we have no idea what to do x
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