It also describes the qualification requirements of a company car, the basic rules that employees must follow when using company vehicles and disciplinary measures for the misuse of vehicles. The Company Vehicles Directive gives employees guidance on the acquisition, qualification and use of a company vehicle. A “company” vehicle means any vehicle assigned [company name] to employees. This Directive shall apply to all employees who use a company vehicle and shall apply during and outside working time. Employees can drive their company cars outside of working hours, but they still have to comply with this directive. Allowing employees to personally use a company vehicle is a burden for companies, but it is also a benefit that helps attract and retain employees. Companies should indicate in their Vehicle Directive whether personal use is permitted and that the company`s safety rules continue to apply during the period of personal use. Companies are responsible for the tickets when they are issued for the vehicle. If they are issued to an employee, that employee is responsible for payment. Employees who are allowed to be assigned a company car are classified into three categories: employees can qualify for a company vehicle if they need to drive for work purposes [number] miles or more per year, need a company vehicle for their daily work, or get a vehicle used as a benefit. .