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House Bill 1274

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF HB 1274 (Updated April 28, 2007 4:02 pm - DI 106)

Accident report fees. Provides that the fee charged for an accident report must be not less than five dollars and not more than eight dollars. Provides that certain entities may not charge an accident report fee of more than five dollars unless the state police department has certified that the entity has submitted accident reports to the central repository within 20 days of completion. Requires the superintendent of the state police department to biennially produce a report analyzing the costs associated with operation of a vehicle crash records system as compared to the costs of having a private vendor operate a vehicle crash records system, and authorizes the superintendent to use the rulemaking process to increase the fee if the report analyzing the costs associated with the vehicle crash records system demonstrates the need for a higher fee. Prohibits political subdivisions or local law enforcement agencies of political subdivisions from imposing or collecting an accident response service fee on or from the driver of a motor vehicle or any other person involved in a motor vehicle accident. Exempts certain preexisting contracts from the eight dollar fee cap for a copy of an accident report. Requires the regulatory flexibility committee to study the revision of the Indiana statute governing enhanced wireless 911 systems to include Internet Protocol enabled services and other emerging technologies. Requires the committee to report any recommendations resulting from its study to the legislative council not later than December 1, 2007.
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