What to do if I want to let my ex keep the car that I helped to finance for him but also want to protect myself so that he doesn't default on the loan, etc.?

Question Details: I financed a car for my boyfriend, who makes the payments on it. If he had financed it, his payment would have been almost double. We are no longer together but he still would like to drive the ehicle, otherwise he will not have a car. I have no problem with that but I would like him to still make the payments, keep insurance on it, pay for gas, maintenance, repairs, etc., and pay everything on time. Then, when the car is fully paid off, I will transfer the title to it. I would like to come up with a contract that states he will adhere to this. Is that possible since I still have a lien on the vehicle or will I just have to trust him to make the payments, etc. if I allow him to continue to drive it?

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