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What does wrongful entrustment mean and is there an immobilization?

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Wrongful entrustment is the offense of permitting a suspended or unlicensed driver, or a driver with no proof of financial responsibility, or a driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol to operate a vehicle. If the alleged driver lives in the same household and is related by blood or marriage, then the owner of the vehicle will be charged with Wrongful Entrustment and the vehicle will be immobilized for 30 days on the first conviction; 60 days on the second conviction; and a forfeiture in the third conviction. If the alleged driver is not related by blood or marriage and does not live in the same household, the owner will be asked to sign an affidavit stating that he will not allow the offender driver drive his vehicles until the driver becomes valid.
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Wrongful entrustment is the offense of permitting a suspended or unlicensed driver, or a driver with no proof of financial responsibility, or a driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol to operate a vehicle. If the alleged driver lives in the same household and is related by blood or marriage, then the owner of the vehicle will be charged with Wrongful Entrustment and the vehicle will be immobilized for 30 days on the first conviction; 60 days on the second conviction; and a forfeiture in the third conviction. If the alleged driver is not related by blood or marriage and does not live in the same household, the owner will be asked to sign an affidavit stating that he will not allow the offender driver to operate his vehicles until the offender driver obtains a valid driver's license. more
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