Chrysler Financial, a business unit of DaimlerChrysler Services North America LLC, says it may cease leasing vehicles in the state of Rhode Island beginning Aug. 1. The finance firm is urging the Rhode Island legislature to renew the current vicarious liability legislation passed two years ago, before it expires on June 30. If the current law lapses, Rhode Island will revert back to the previous unlimited vicarious liability law that holds the “owner” of the motor vehicle responsible for ...

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