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Re: Why would ther dealership get sued? (archive)

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Posted by Rusty Poindexter on June 20, 2000 at 20:46:38:

In Reply to: hit and run because... posted by Lester on June 20, 2000 at 11:31:20:


: I should add that the Toyota driver worked for the Toyota dealer in Salinas, Califonira. He "borrowed" the 2000 Toyota from his employer. Yes, it was a brand new car. The Toyota driver is also charged with theft of the Toyota. His employer will also more then likely get sued as a result of this little race.

What, exactly, could the employer be sued for? You just said the car was "borrowed"..ahem..stolen, from the dealership.
Are you saying if I get into a hit and run accident (me being the hiter and runner) they can sue my employer? Maybe it has something to due with the company giving someone like him access to the vehicle in the first place...Did the person have a history, or ANY reason to think this person would do something like this with the car?

Russ


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