675 IAC 31-3-37 - "Trackless train" defined

Authority: IC 22-13-2-8

Affected: IC 22-15-2-7; IC 22-15-7

Sec. 37.

"Trackless train" means a train that consists of a diesel or other engine powered or electric powered tractor pulling a series of unpowered connected road vehicles or trailers. Often configured to look like a small locomotive, a trackless train may take many shapes, such as wagons, animals, or other themed items. The trailers are usually open-sided but may be enclosed in inclement weather. It is used only for amusement purposes and not for transportation between or among different locations. For purposes of this definition, a trackless train used for amusement purposes may also have intermediate stops yet remain a trackless train. The term does not include the following:

(1) Parking lot trams.
(2) Sightseeing buses.
(3) Hayrides.
(4) In-park or in-fair transportation trams.

Notes

675 IAC 31-3-37
Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission; 675 IAC 31-3-37; filed Dec 30, 2009, 2:08 p.m.: 20100127-IR-685090147FRA; readopted filed Aug 4, 2010, 8:12 a.m.: 20100825-IR-685100266RFA; readopted filed Oct 11, 2016, 9:08 a.m.: 20161109-IR-685160330RFA

NOTE: Transferred from the Regulated Amusement Device Safety Board (685 IAC 1-3-42.1) to the Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission (675 IAC 31-3-37) by P.L. 249-2019, SECTION 16, effective July 1, 2019.

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