Second or Subsequent Permittee

Is it reasonably forseeable that the first permittee might allow others to operate the automobile?

Implied permission by the named insured can be found even in the face of a specific prohibition against allowing others to operate the automobile if there is evidence that the named insured was aware of subsequent breaches by the permittee and took no remedial action or made no protests. On the other hand, the named insured’s express prohibition and consistent conduct enforcing the prohibition will preclude the implication that permission extends beyond the first permittee.