Why does my courtesy car advertise the garage which is repairing my car?

Following a car accident I was provided with a courtesy car with advert logo stickers promoting the garage repairing my car, which means I was providing free advertising. My query is whether it’s legal or can I claim a fee from the garage?

Asked on 5 October 2013 by MR, London N12

Answered by Honest John
Don't be daft. It’s their car. If you don’t like it, hand the car back.
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