About a year ago I helped my 16yr old buy a car. It was a 1995 Neon and she put $500 toward it and I paid the rest and paid for all repairs needed to make it safe. I wouldn't pay for fixing the A/C or the radio. She agreed to pay me $100 a month until it was paid off and I would title it to her when she turned 18. When she had some money problems, I offered to waive the $100/mo. if she would clean the house (about 2 hrs) once a week. Well, she stopped cleaning in April and she stopped paying in June. I have reached my limit and decided to re-po the car next week and just sell it for whatever I can get. Being a Dad, I am getting cold feet and want to find a way I can let her keep it. Looking for input from anyone who has "been there" from either side. Oh, she is living with her mother just 10 minutes away (we are divorced), doesn't have a job (I don't think) and hasn't spoken much to me after the last time we had a bit of a discussion about that very car. Feel free to be hard on me but, if you have any incorrect assumptions, I'll reply to them. Oh, the money is a non-issue, I can afford to be out the money on the car. I am looking at it as a learning thing. I have a 23 yr old that I "borrowed" 60K for to go to college (she is paying me the monthly payments) and a 20yr old who doesn't need me for anything right now (Marines).