Section 4516.02 | Peer-to-peer card sharing program agreement.
(A) A peer-to-peer car sharing program shall collect all of the following information before entering into a peer-to-peer car sharing program agreement including, but not limited to:
(1) The name and address of the shared vehicle owner and the shared vehicle driver;
(2) The driver's license number and state of issuance of the shared vehicle driver;
(3) The name, address, driver's license number, and state of issuance of any other person who will operate the shared vehicle during the car sharing period;
(4) Information regarding whether the shared vehicle owner and the shared vehicle driver have motor-vehicle liability policy or other proof of financial responsibility and information related to that policy or proof and any policy limits;
(5) Whether the shared vehicle owner knows of any safety recalls regarding the shared vehicle;
(6) Verification that the shared vehicle is registered in accordance with the requirements established under Chapter 4503. of the Revised Code or a substantially similar law in another state.
(B) A peer-to-peer car sharing program shall not allow a peer-to-peer car sharing program agreement through its platform if the program knows that the person who will operate the shared vehicle is not a party to the agreement or knows that such a person does not have a valid driver's license.
(C) A peer-to-peer car sharing program shall not allow a peer-to-peer car sharing agreement through its platform if the shared vehicle that is the subject of the agreement is not registered.
(D) A peer-to-peer car sharing program shall collect, verify, and maintain records pertaining to the use of each shared vehicle enrolled in the program, including records pertaining to all of the following:
(1) The dates, times, and duration of time that the shared vehicle is in use through the program;
(2) The dates, times, and duration of time that the shared vehicle driver possesses the shared vehicle through the program;
(3) Any fees or other financial consideration paid by the shared vehicle driver;
(4) Any revenues or other financial consideration received by the shared vehicle owner;
(5) Any other information or data that is necessary to establish the car sharing period, including the car sharing delivery period, the car sharing start time, and the car sharing termination time, for the shared vehicle.
(E)(1) The program shall provide the records required by division (D) of this section, upon request, to any shared vehicle owner, shared vehicle driver, the shared vehicle owner's insurer, or the shared vehicle driver's insurer for purposes of facilitating the investigation of a claim, incident, or accident.
(2) Upon receipt of a valid warrant, the program shall provide the records required by division (D) of this section to law enforcement.
(F) The program shall retain records required by division (D) of this section regarding each car sharing period for not less than three years after the car sharing period.
Available Versions of this Section
- January 15, 2020 – Enacted by House Bill 166, 133rd General Assembly [ View January 15, 2020 Version ]