(a) As used in this part:
(1) “Nonpayment of premium” means failure of the named insured to discharge when due any obligations in connection with the payment of premiums on a policy of automobile liability insurance or any installment of the premium, whether the premium is payable directly to the insurer or its agent or indirectly under any premium finance plan or extension of credit; and
(2) “Private passenger automobile liability insurance policy” means a policy delivered or issued for delivery in this state, insuring a natural person as named insured, or one (1) or more related individuals resident of the same household, and under which the insured vehicles therein designated are of the following types only:
(A) A motor vehicle of the private passenger or station wagon type that is not used as a public or livery conveyance for passengers, nor rented to others; or
(B) Any other four (4) wheel motor vehicle with a load capacity of one thousand five hundred pounds (1,500 lbs.) or less that is not used in the occupation, profession or business of the insured, other than driving to and from the insured's place of employment or used in the occupation of farming.
(b) This part does not apply to:
(1) Policies of automobile liability insurance issued under an automobile assigned risk plan;
(2) Any policy insuring more than four (4) automobiles;
(3) Any policy covering garage, automobile sales agency, repair shop, service station or public parking place operation hazards; or
(4) Any policy of insurance issued principally to cover personal or premises liability of an insured even though the insurance may also provide some incidental coverage for liability arising out of the ownership, maintenance or use of a motor vehicle on the premises of the insured or on the ways immediately adjoining the premises.
(c) This part applies only to that portion of an automobile liability policy insuring against bodily injury and property damage liability and to the provisions in the policy, if any, relating to medical payments and/or uninsured motorist coverage.
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