“The question is whether the deposition testimony from [the supervisor] that some drivers used his personal truck for business-related purposes is sufficient to prevent summary judgment as to [the Plaintiff]’s claim … when [the supervisor] testified that he would occasionally ask some drivers to use his personal truck for business-related matters. [The Plaintiff] testified in his deposition that his assignments changed daily. It is entirely reasonable then, to infer that [the Plaintiff] may have been given an assignment to complete a business-related task using [his supervisor]’s personal vehicle. While an inference is required to arrive at this conclusion, the summary judgment mechanism requires the Court to draw all reasonable inferences in the light most favorable to the non-moving party, which is Plaintiff’s here.”
Vanzzini v. Action Meat Distributors, Inc., H-11-4173, 2014 WL 426494 at *8 (S.D. Tex. January 31, 2014) (Ellison, J.) (internal citations omitted).