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my husband with ALZ still wants to drive, I have not let him have his keys for about 3 months but now his car sitting outside has become a daily distraction ( his way out as he does not recognize this as our home anymore) DR told me last year just to leave the car there if it is calming to him, worked for awhile but not anymore, if I move it I'm afraid his reaction will not be the kind I can redirect

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Because I had POA, I sold the car that was entirely in my husband's name, without his signature.
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Keep records if you sell it. If he ever has to apply for Medicaid, vehicles are something they want accounted for in your records.
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Don't you need the car, or do you each have a car?
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twopups, I believe it depends on the wording on the title. If it says "John OR Mary Jones", then you DO NOT have to have both signatures. But if it says 'John AND Mary Jones" then you have to have BOTH signatures. Check with DMV for sure, but that's what I'm thinking.
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that is what I am reading also.
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There must be an easy way to fix it so it won't start. I don't know what that would be - disconnect the battery, I guess.

I am sorry. My father in law would try the same thing. I am reading The 36 Hour Day. It is very helpful.
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both our names are on the title, it is new 2010, how would I get him to agree to sign the title
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If your name is on the title and you don't need the car, then sell it! Do you have a relative who needs a car and would keep it at their house? If its becoming more of a distraction, if he's becoming fixated or obsessed with it, the best thing to do is have it disappear somehow.
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You have the keys, move the car out of sight. In fact, if your name is on it and you don't personally need it anymore, donate, sell it or give it away. No going back after that.
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