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Was finishing a long GTA Online session with several crew members and we all stole a car to sell to LSC before logging off. One of the guys jumped in my personal car and drove off before i asked him not to sell it.

If he sold it, would that mean i lose the car or can i just call up the insurance company to replace it? If not, does he get more money if i add mods to my car?

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    Can you sell another player's car? I know you can't sell all cars and that seems like an easy way to avoid this problem. – Archer Oct 9 '13 at 9:16
  • You can't sell another player's car. It stops you when you try entering the garage. – CrashBandicoot Mar 31 '17 at 9:32
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You can't sell other players' vehicle(s). And you can set your personel vehicle to lock to everyone, yourself, friends, crew, crew + friends, and no-one. To change your vehicle's lock setting, go to: Interactive Menu >> Scroll down to Vehicle Access >> Select your setting.

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Look people can not sell personal cars when they go up to Los Santos Customs. A message will pop up on their screen saying something like, "You cannot use this car belongs to STYZ Westcoast" so they can't enter Los Santos Customs. Or just for ps3 hold select for xbox360 hold back and go in inventory and change vehicle access "no one" and they get kicked out of the car.

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Insurance companies do not finance cars. Otherwise friends could steal each other's cars and make tons of money. This would create a monopoly cheating the insurance company. Players could accumulate tons of wealth without really doing anything. If someone sold your car you better get a bike or start to walk.

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    You can't cheat the system that way. If you sell a car, you need to wait for a certain amount of time till you can sell the next one. Rockstar knew that something like this could happen. – 5pike Oct 9 '13 at 6:40

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