Gifting a car to a family member?

So my brother has a car that he pays monthly for (still owes 900$) on it and it's his. Well he is getting a new car and he's giving me his, but he still owes that 900$ on it.

If he just gives the 900$ straight up snd pays it off, how does he go about "gifting" the car over to me? Also what does

So my brother has a car that he pays monthly for (still owes 900$) on it and it's his. Well he is getting a new car and he's giving me his, but he still owes that 900$ on it.

If he just gives the 900$ straight up snd pays it off, how does he go about "gifting" the car over to me? Also what does he have to do for registration/insurance, etc?

He also has out of state plates, what does he have to do to transfer them to the state I live in?

Other answer:

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He cannot give away (or sell) a car that has a lien on it. In order to give you the car he must pay it off and get a lien release. Then he merely fills out the "seller" portion of the title and gives the title (and the car) to you . He doesn't need registration (plates) or insurance on the car he gives to you, ….*YOU* need those things. . If the car has plates, Your brother should remove them before giving you the car.

The dollar sign ($) goes BEFORE the amount ( ie: $900. ) not after the amount.
"Gifting a car to a family member" is incorrect grammar. "Giving a car to a family member….." is correct. After a car is "given" it becomes a "gift"

Grammar matters

J E T H R O:
He will have to pay it off.
Then after that the insurance is up to you to pay.
He then signs title and puts gift as sale price. or some states require a form to fill out beings its a gift.
Then you take paper work to DMV and register and pay fees and get plates from your state..
mermeliz:
Once he has the title free and clear, then he can gift it to you. AFTER he signs the pink slip (title) over to you, then you go to the DMV and register the car in your name.
Andy:
We have no clue where you live. Every state is different. You should google gifting a car at your states DMV website.