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I assume that you mean a rented vehicle with an unlisted driver having an accident. If you allow an unlisted driver to operate the vehicle then the person who signed the rental agreement will be responsible for damages because he allowed the unauthorized to drive.

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Usually it is the driver, there may be some liability if the car was in a state of disrepair or he was acting on your instructions.


B.. Being the driver and the one responsible at the time he can be held responsible if he was found at fault in the investigation of the accident.


Technically, You are responsible for the car because the car insurance is in your name and not theirs. You can also go to court and they will investigate to see who should pay for accidental damages on the car but the Judge can also make the driver pay your cars insurance. It can go either way you or them depending on evidence of the accident.


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