Indiana Code Title 9. Motor Vehicles

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  • Article 1. Bureau of Motor Vehicles
  • Article 1.5. Motor Vehicle License Branches
  • Article 2. Safety Responsibility;  Driver Improvement;  Financial Responsibility
  • Article 3. Accidents and Accident Reports
  • Article 4. Rules of the Road;  Signs and Signals;  Traffic Violations
  • Article 5. Miscellaneous Driver's License Provisions
  • Article 6. Traffic Safety
  • Article 7. Miscellaneous Registration Provisions
  • Article 8. Equipment and Size and Weight Regulation
  • Article 9. Abandoned and Stolen Vehicles
  • Article 10. Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, Distributors, and Dealers
  • Article 11. Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated
  • Article 12. Habitual Violators of Traffic Laws
  • Article 13. General Provisions and Definitions
  • Article 14. Bureau of Motor Vehicles
  • Article 15. Bureau of Motor Vehicles Commission
  • Article 16. License Branches
  • Article 17. Certificates of Title
  • Article 18. Motor Vehicle Registration and License Plates
  • Article 19. Motor Vehicle Equipment
  • Article 20. Size and Weight Regulation
  • Article 21. Traffic Regulation
  • Article 22. Abandoned, Salvaged, and Scrap Vehicles
  • Article 23. Vehicle Manufacturers, Distributors, and Dealers
  • Article 24. Drivers Licenses
  • Article 25. Financial Responsibility
  • Article 26. Accidents and Accident Reports
  • Article 27. Traffic Safety and Driver Education Programs
  • Article 28. Interstate Compacts and Agreements
  • Article 29. Fees
  • Article 30. General Penalty Provisions
  • Article 31. Watercraft Titling and Registration
  • Article 32. Dealer Services
  • Article 33. Administrative Procedures

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