Medina v. GEICO Indemnity Co.

A van the driver’s employer gave her for business and personal use was a non-owned vehicle furnished for the driver’s regular use and thus was excluded from coverage under the driver’s personal auto policy.  An auto insurer was properly found not liable for injuries its insured caused while driving a van that her employer had given to her for her business and personal use.  The auto insurance policy provided coverage for a non-owned auto driven by the insured only if the auto was not furnished for the insured’s regular use.  Here the undisputed evidence showed that the van had been furnished to the insured for her regular use.

California Court of Appeal, Fifth District (Gomes, J.); February 8, 2017; 2017 WL 510878

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