Sec. 1. (a) As used in this section, “drive away or tow away” means the delivery service performed by a transport operator by which motor vehicles
in transit are delivered by driving singly or in combination by the towbar, saddlemount,
or fullmount methods or any lawful combination of those methods, including coupling
equipment or where a truck or tractor draws or tows a semitrailer or trailer in transit.
(b) A combination of two (2) vehicles coupled together, including load, may not exceed
a total length of sixty (60) feet, except for the following:
(1) A combination of two (2) vehicles coupled together that are especially constructed
to transport other vehicles or boats. This exception includes any combination of a truck, tractor, semitrailer, and trailer
if the combination is used exclusively or primarily in connection with motorsports.
(2) A combination of two (2) vehicles coupled together being transported in a drive
away or tow away service.
(3) A pole trailer owned by or operated for a public utility (as defined in IC 8-1-2-1), while the pole trailer is being used in connection with the utility services of
the public utility.
(4) Trailers used in transporting oil field equipment or pipe for the transmission
of oil or gas.
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