Indiana Code Title 9. Motor Vehicles § 9-21-8-58

Sec. 58 . (a) This section applies only to intrastate carriers of metal coils.

(b)  49 CFR 393.120 is adopted as Indiana law.

(c) A motor carrier (as defined in IC 8-2.1-17-10 ) may not initiate or terminate the commercial transport within Indiana by commercial motor vehicle of one (1) or more metal coils that, individually or grouped together, weigh at least two thousand two hundred sixty-eight (2,268) kilograms (five thousand (5,000) pounds), as provided in 49 CFR 393.120 , unless the operator of the commercial motor vehicle transporting the metal coil or coils is certified in proper load securement as provided in 49 CFR 393.120 .

(d) An operator of a commercial motor vehicle may not initiate or terminate the commercial transport within Indiana by the commercial motor vehicle of one (1) or more metal coils that, individually or grouped together, weigh at least two thousand two hundred sixty-eight (2,268) kilograms (five thousand (5,000) pounds), as provided in 49 CFR 393.120 , unless the operator of the commercial motor vehicle transporting the metal coil or coils is certified in proper load securement as provided in 49 CFR 393.120 .

(e) The department of revenue shall adopt and enforce rules under IC 4-22-2 concerning the certification in proper load securement (as provided in 49 CFR 393.120 ) of operators of commercial motor vehicles engaged in the commercial transport of one (1) or more metal coils, as provided in 49 CFR 393.120 .  The rules adopted under this subsection must recognize metal coil shipping certificates issued by other states.

(f) A person who knowingly or intentionally violates subsection (c) or (d) commits a Class A misdemeanor.


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