Johnson v. Heritage Mut. Ins. Co – Case Brief Summary (Wisconsin)

In Johnson v. Heritage Mut. Ins. Co. (Ct.App. 1994) 188 Wis. 2d 261 524 N.W.2d 900, the court concluded that the test driver was not a permissive user of the dealership because he was driving the car at the potential purchaser's request, and had not been given permission to drive by the dealership. (Id. at p. 902.)

Further, the accident occurred during a test drive, and there is no indication that the test driver was a minor. (Id. at p. 901.)