Your corporation (and you if you hold yourself as the car's owner, aand your business partner co-shareholder, if you and he commingle corporate assets like this) need to get a written release from your friend for any liablity from this accident.
As my colleague pointed out, this is how you lose your corporate shield and get its "veil pierced," holding you personally responsibile for liabilities, because you're not repsecting the corporate's distinct ownership by lending its assets to your friend.
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