In a suit to recover on an insurance policy, defendant sought to establish that the driver of plaintiff's automobile, who worked in plaintiff's plant and drove the delivery truck during the temporary absence of the usual driver, was not a licensed chauffeur as required by statute. Held, that a person who is not paid solely for driving a car but who does so merely as an incident to his regular employment does not come within the provision requiring those persons to obtain licenses who are " . . . known as a chauffeur, and employed for hire therefor . . . " Des Moines Rug Cleaning Co. v. Automobile Underwriters, (Iowa 1932) 245 N. W. 215.