2023 Indiana Code
Title 34. Civil Law and Procedure
Article 30. Immunity From Civil Liability
Chapter 11. Guest Statute: Immunity of Owners or Operators of Motor Vehicle for Injury to Passengers
34-30-11-1. Guest Statute

Universal Citation: IN Code § 34-30-11-1 (2023)

Sec. 1. The owner, operator, or person responsible for the operation of a motor vehicle is not liable for loss or damage arising from injuries to or the death of:

(1) the person's parent;

(2) the person's spouse;

(3) the person's child or stepchild;

(4) the person's brother;

(5) the person's sister; or

(6) a hitchhiker;

resulting from the operation of the motor vehicle while the parent, spouse, child or stepchild, brother, sister, or hitchhiker was being transported without payment in or upon the motor vehicle unless the injuries or death are caused by the wanton or willful misconduct of the operator, owner, or person responsible for the operation of the motor vehicle.

[Pre-1998 Recodification Citation: 34-4-40-3.]

As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.26.

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