It would seem that you are the one who needs to Getyourfactsright. The truck was not his. It was his employers. The employer knew of his driving history. The employer let him use the truck at least 3 times a week to attend classes, presumably related to driving. Prior to this unfortunate accident he spent the day at Carolina Beach with a co-worker and others playing cornhole games and drinking. They knew he was drunk and told him not to drive to the point of trying to get his keys. He chose to drive anyway and the end result was the death of a man. You try and defend the undefendable.
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