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Sec. 185. (a) “Off-road vehicle”, for purposes of IC 14-16-1 and IC 14-19-1-0.5, means a motor driven vehicle capable of cross-country travel:
(1) without benefit of a road; and
(2) on or immediately over land, water, snow, ice, marsh, swampland, or other natural terrain.
(b) The term includes the following:
(1) A multiwheel drive or low pressure tire vehicle.
(2) An amphibious machine.
(3) A ground effect air cushion vehicle.
(4) An all-terrain vehicle (as defined in section 5.7 of this chapter).
(5) A recreational off-highway vehicle (as defined in section 233.5 of this chapter).
(6) Other means of transportation deriving motive power from a source other than muscle or wind.
(c) The term does not include the following:
(1) A farm vehicle being used for farming, including, but not limited to, a farm wagon (as defined in IC 9-13-2-60(2)).
(2) A vehicle used for military or law enforcement purposes.
(3) A construction, mining, or other industrial related vehicle used in performance of the vehicle's common function, including, but not limited to, a farm wagon (as defined in IC 9-13-2-60(2)).
(4) A snowmobile (as defined by section 261 of this chapter).
(5) A registered aircraft.
(6) Any other vehicle properly registered by the bureau of motor vehicles.
(7) Any watercraft that is registered under Indiana statutes.
(8) A golf cart vehicle.
(9) An electric bicycle (as defined in IC 9-13-2-49.2).
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 14. Natural and Cultural Resources § 14-8-2-185 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-14-natural-and-cultural-resources/in-code-sect-14-8-2-185/
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