Road Accident Company Vehicle: In a rta involving a company vehicle who is responsible for paying the other driver’s compensation?
Road accident company vehicle: I work for a company that provided me with a works van. I was told by my employer to take the company vehicle to have tyres fitted, so I took the vehicle to a tyre depot first thing the next morning Saturday). Upon leaving the depot I was involved in a minor road accident on a roundabout. I gave the other driver my employer’s details and we left.
My employer is now saying that I am not covered by the company insurance for a road accident at the weekend.
I was never told this. I was only ever told not to use the van for non-company use.
A: To tell you who is responsible for paying compensation for your road accident in a company vehicle I will need more information, including:
1. More details about your road accident in the company vehicle
I presume you are saying the collision was your fault?
Did you or the other party sustain injuries?
2. Your employer’s company vehicle insurance policy
You would perhaps need to see a copy of the insurance policy for the works vehicle, but I suspect that you will be covered as it is illegal to drive a motor vehicle on the road without insurance, so a blanket exclusion for weekends would seem to me very unusual.
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