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    #1

    correct expression

    Hi,

    could you please tell me whether it is possible to say "driving authorization" when a company authorizes its employee to use its car in international traffic? Or is "vehicle use authorization" better? Or any other ideas?

    Thank you very much!

    Hanka
    Last edited by Hanka; 03-Dec-2007 at 22:10.

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    #2

    Re: correct expression

    I see nothing wrong with "Driving Authorization" or "Driver's Authorization" or "Vehicle Use Authorization." I would choose "Driver's Authorization."


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    Re: correct expression

    But here it doesn't mean "driver's licence" (authorizing him to drive the particular grade of a motor vehicle and in our country issued by the Police), but simly a "power of attorney" granted by the company to its employee. Therefore I am asking whether "driving or driver's authorization" is not misleading.

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