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Is it possible to interpret the Danish Road Traffic Act in accordance with the Motor Vehicle Insurance Directive to determine liability?

The Supreme Court held that a fire engine used for firefighting in a field was in use as a vehicle, and that any personal injury caused by the fire engine in this connection was covered by the motor liability insurance. This case concerned the demarcation between commercial liability insurance and motor liability insurance, and whether it is possible to interpret section 105 of the Danish Road Traffic Act in accordance with the directive in relation to article 3(1) of the Motor Vehicle Insurance Directive.

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