Can I be held liable for someone else's use of my car if I let them use it?

Question Details: I am giving my old car to my aunt. She is planning on moving out of state before its registration is up for renewal. I already have it insured in her name now. To save money, I figured would simply wait to sign the title over until she moves and can get it retitled in her new state. My mom told me that I could still be held liable for any accidents/damages in the old car until I actually sell sign it over. Now I'm worried. Am I truly exposing myself to potential unforeseen liabilities from her use of the car by not assigning ownership right away?

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