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negligent entrustment

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In terms of fleet, negligent entrustment occurs when the company is held liable for negligence because they negligently provided an employee with a vehicle, and the driver caused injury or even death to a third party, whether due to the driver's behavior or a mechanical failure with the vehicle.

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