ABC Production will make reasonable arrangements to assist employees with disabilities, and employees with disabilities will be entitled to company cars and parking lots. However, employees who take medication that strongly influences their reflexes, sense of sight or orientation should not have a service car. Employees who are tired and/or sick should avoid driving if they feel that their ability to drive is impaired. In the event of illness during a business trip requiring the use of a company car, staff should take regular breaks during the trip or, if necessary, request accommodation options from staff in need. If employees suspend or have revoked their driver`s licenses, they must notify our department. We will reallocate their company car until they are usable in accordance with our directive (a clean driving record for at least [X years]). The Enterprise Vehicle Directive provides employees with guidance on the acquisition, qualification and use of a company vehicle. A “company vehicle” is any vehicle that assigns [company name] to employees. This directive applies to all employees who use a company vehicle and applies during and outside of working time. There`s something else you should understand about these cases: after an accident, a lot of people – especially lawyers – are going to do a lot of “Monday morning quarterbacks.” Even if a tire on your vehicle had a bald spot on the nearest side of the vehicle, where it was unlikely that anyone would have seen it, a good lawyer can make you look like a degenerate employer. Imagine the lawyer pointing the finger at a woman in a wheelchair who says, “She would still walk if that employer took only two minutes to examine the tires of her company vehicle from time to time.” According to the IRS, if you use a vehicle solely for business purposes, you can deduct all of its operating costs, subject to limits. If you use the car for business and personal purposes, you can only deduct the cost of using the car. In the case of negligent maintenance, you are responsible for an accident if the condition of your company vehicle has made the driving uncertain and this condition (.
B for example, defective brakes or a bad tire) is subject to assessment for the accident. Unlike other debts arising from the use of your vehicles by the employees we are discussing, you may be sued by your employee as well as anyone the employee has injured with your vehicle if it has been negligently maintained. To use the actual cost method, you must determine the cost of operating the vehicle for the portion of the total use of the vehicle for business purposes. These include gas, oil, repairs, insurance, etc., which are intended for the portion of miles for commercial use. The theory behind requests for employment and negligent retention – if they relate to a car accident involving one of your employees and a company vehicle – is that you are held responsible for the accident because you neglected the employee who caused the accident.