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  MrsDruidess  |  23

It must be their car to be able to sell it, meaning they have a right to do with it as they please. If OP wants independence, it comes at a cost. Hiding the keys would only make OP look like a child.
Suck it up OP and make your choice count.

  bluejayfan02  |  27

Well if it's their car then it's their call. If she owned then it's a hole different story. But if we go by its her grandparents car then I agree. Suck it up and start walking or call your boyfriend to come pick you up.

  IAmzephyr  |  22

depends on who's name is on the deed. if it's OP's name, the grandparents cannot do that. it's impossible. if it's the grandparent's name, OP can't do anything

  1jordan1  |  11

Legally yes, that's all that matters. But if you're the one working to pay for the car I don't think it's fair that you don't have rights to it. I'd say they need to stop paying for it. Personally I don't feel if your grandparents are paying for your car that you are responsible enough to move in with your boyfriend/girlfriend.

  sunnyray812  |  42

It really doesn't matter if it's fair or not. They are selling it anyway because they can. If OP wanted to keep the car, she should've gotten it in her own name. I feel bad for her and don't believe she deserves it, but there are consequences for every action.