Short of her brining it back on her own there is no method except the police. If she gets into an accident it is common for the car owner to be included in the lawsuit. Here is the more interesting question you face, is she an excluded driver on your car insurance policy? Not only may you be liable but depending on what happens the insurance company may or may not be required to insure the loss.
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My goodness -- I know you do not want charges to be pressed, but without law enforcement involved, there is no other remedy.
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Based on your post, you kicked her out, she is not going to bring the car back. You are potentially at risk if there is an accident and she is at fault.
The only smart thing i to report the car as stolen and provide as much information as possible re its whereabouts and the circumstances relating to how it got there. If you just say stolen, some DA might decide you were trying to commit a fraud.
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