675 IAC 31-3-37 - "Trackless train" defined
Authority: IC 22-13-2-8
Affected: IC 22-15-2-7; IC 22-15-7
"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:
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