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I got a free car. Can i give others permission to drive it? How do i do that?


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You have to get your friends to be in your group for that (assuming you own all permissions on the car already). There are two ways of doing that depending if your are on a group owned land or not.

Managing objects on group-owned land

Group-owned land provides great flexibility for multiple users to collaborate on builds. However, a poorly organized group-owned parcel can make it difficult to remove other Residents' objects from your land without accidentally removing your own.

There are three categories of objects on group-owned land, as listed in the OBJECTS tab of About Land window (accessed by selecting World > Place Profile > About Land).

Owned by parcel owner

These are objects that have been deeded to the group.

32px-KBtip.png Tip: Deeding to the group is an excellent choice for any object that is going to be a permanent fixture of the land, but group-deeded objects cannot pay Linden Dollars to other Residents, and group-deeded objects that accept L$ (like donation boxes) divide the L$ evenly among all eligible group members.

To deed an object to the group:

  1. Right-click the object and select Edit.
  2. Under the General tab, click the Edit Wrench to choose a group.
  3. Select the Share checkbox and click Deed.

Set to group

These are objects owned by group members and set to the group. To set an object to the group:

  1. Right-click the object and select Edit.
  2. Under the General tab, click the Edit Wrench.
  3. Select a group. The object is set to this group.

More about groups:

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Creating-managing-moderating-and-disbanding-groups/ta-p/700111

 

 

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You have to get your friends to be in your group for that (assuming you own all permissions on the car already). There are two ways of doing that depending if your are on a group owned land or not.

Managing objects on group-owned land

Group-owned land provides great flexibility for multiple users to collaborate on builds. However, a poorly organized group-owned parcel can make it difficult to remove other Residents' objects from your land without accidentally removing your own.

There are three categories of objects on group-owned land, as listed in the OBJECTS tab of About Land window (accessed by selecting World > Place Profile > About Land).

Owned by parcel owner

These are objects that have been deeded to the group.

32px-KBtip.png Tip: Deeding to the group is an excellent choice for any object that is going to be a permanent fixture of the land, but group-deeded objects cannot pay Linden Dollars to other Residents, and group-deeded objects that accept L$ (like donation boxes) divide the L$ evenly among all eligible group members.

To deed an object to the group:

  1. Right-click the object and select Edit.
  2. Under the General tab, click the Edit Wrench to choose a group.
  3. Select the Share checkbox and click Deed.

Set to group

These are objects owned by group members and set to the group. To set an object to the group:

  1. Right-click the object and select Edit.
  2. Under the General tab, click the Edit Wrench.
  3. Select a group. The object is set to this group.

More about groups:

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Creating-managing-moderating-and-disbanding-groups/ta-p/700111

 

 

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It all depends on how its script is written.  If you are lucky, it is scripted to allow members of your group to use it, in which case you have to set the car to your group (not deed it -- that's different. Both options are on the General page in your Edit tool when you select the car.) and they simply have to be sure that they are wearing the group's tag.  If you are less than lucky, your only hope is if the script can be modified.  Again, that depends on how the previous owner has set the permissions.  Cross your fingers.

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