Required-Vehicle Exception

Required-Vehicle Exception

Definition

An exception to the going-and-coming rule stating that if an employer requires an employee to drive his personal vehicle to and from the workplace so that the vehicle may be used for work-related tasks, the drive to and from work is within the scope of employment, and the employer may be held liable for tortious conduct of the employee that occurs during the commute.

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