Of course, it is still possible as a company car driver to let other people drive the car if this is part of the car policy. However, it has become extra important to think twice before you let someone else drive the car, as reckless driving now has greater financial consequences in addition to the obviously very serious consequence, where others' lives are exposed to danger.
If one of your drivers is charged under the new legislation, the provisions of the master lease agreement between you as a customer and LeasePlan apply that the vehicle may not be used for extreme purposes, including rally driving and race. This therefore means that in the event of the user's charge under the above provisions, LeasePlan will regard the underlying lease agreement as breached, after which the lease agreement on the vehicle in question will be terminated and calculated in accordance with the applicable provisions of the master lease agreement. In addition, in the event of default, LeasePlan is entitled to claim compensation for its loss in accordance with the general principles of Danish law. This means that if a vehicle should be confiscated by the police, and then sold at auction, LeasePlan's losses will be calculated and claimed from the lessee.