House Bill 1368
DIGEST OF HB 1368 (Updated February 18, 2013 4:42 pm - DI 96)
Automated traffic enforcement safety devices. Authorizes a county, city, or town to adopt and enforce an ordinance (ordinance) that regulates the placement and use of automated traffic enforcement safety devices (devices) to detect certain traffic offenses (offenses). Authorizes the department of transportation and the Indiana finance authority to use devices and to adopt rules concerning devices concerning violations of highway work zone speed limits. Authorizes a school corporation to contract with an agent and to enter into interlocal agreements concerning devices for detection and prosecution of school bus stop arm violations (violations). Provides for civil penalties for offenses and violations. Specifies that the civil penalty must be applied first to defray the cost of the installation, operation, and maintenance of the devices, and specifies the manner in which the remaining funds are distributed. Prohibits the: (1) reporting of offenses and violations on a driving record; (2) use of offenses and violations to determine rates for motor vehicle insurance; and (3) assessment of points under the point system by the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) for offenses and violations. Requires notification to the bureau if offenses and violations have not been paid timely. Requires the bureau to suspend the registration of a vehicle and deny the transfer of the title of the vehicle when the offenses and violations have not been paid. Makes other changes and conforming amendments. Repeals and replaces the definition of local law enforcement agency.
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