An insured is not required to hide car keys to avoid a finding of implied consent when someone else in the household takes the vehicle without the owner’s permission

09. October 2018 0
Insurance law – Automobile insurance – Uninsured motorist – Implied consent – Practice – Summary judgments Michaud-Shields v. Gough, [2018] O.J. No. 4329, 2018 ONSC 4977, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, August 21, 2018, C. de Sa J. While the insured was out of town, her son took the keys to her truck despite knowing ...