Uniform Commercial Code

The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a comprehensive set of laws governing all commercial transactions in the United States. It is not a federal law, but a uniformly adopted state law. Uniformity of law is essential in this area for the interstate transaction of business. Because the UCC has been universally adopted, businesses can enter into contracts with confidence that the terms will be enforced in the same way by the courts of every American jurisdiction. The resulting certainty of business relationships allows businesses to grow and the American economy to thrive.

If you are not in a commercial capacity/ business (commerce) then the laws of UCC don’t apply to you, there is no contract required (Drivers license)

If you are doing an interstate transaction/ business… business comes with a contract a contract , comes with license.

Don’t ever sign the contract.Alcatraz

IC 9-18.1-2-2 § (7) Vehicles not required to be registered
(7) A vehicle that is not designed for or employed in general highway transportation of persons or property and is occasionally operated or moved over the highway 2017
Indiana Code 9-18-2-22. Additional fees, licenses, permits, and numbers prohibited; exception Sec. 22. A person that:
(1) owns a motor vehicle, except a person that owns a truck or motor vehicle used in transporting passengers or property for hire; and
(2) has obtained a certificate of registration under this title; is not required to pay another license fee, obtain any other license or permit to use or operate the motor vehicle on the highways, or display upon the motor vehicle any other number other than the number issued by the bureau. As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.6. Amended by P.L.198-2016, SEC.268.
IC 9-13-2-73 Highway or street Sec. 73.
“Highway” or “street” means the entire width between the boundary lines of every publicly maintained way when any part of the way is open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel. The term includes an alley in a city or town. As added by P.L.2-1991, SEC.1.
This automobile is consumer goods under IC 26-1-9.1-102 § (23)
IC 26-1-9.1-102 § (23) “Consumer goods” means goods that are used or bought for use primarily for personal, family, or household purposes.
This automobile is not equipment defined under Ind. Code 26-1-9-109 § (2) “equipment” if they are used or bought for use primarily in business (including farming or a profession) Now at IC 26-1-9.1-102 § (33)
Maryland Ind. Auto. Dealers Ass’n, Inc. v. Adm’r, Motor Vehicle Administration 41 Md. App. 7 (1978) 394 A.2d 820 WILNER, J., delivered the opinion of the Court.(Commercial Law article, § 2-316 describes various ways in which a seller of goods may limit or negate implied warranties that otherwise might be applicable to the sale. Section 2-316.1, however, which immediately follows § 2-316, states that the provisions of § 2-316 “do not apply to sales of consumer goods, as defined by § 9-109.” Section 9-109 defines as “consumer goods” those that are “used or bought for use primarily for personal, family or household purposes.” No one contests that automobiles, whether new or used, that are bought primarily for personal, family, or household use are “consumer goods” as so defined. See Houck v. DeBonis, 38 Md. App. 85 (1977), footnote 2 at 87).
THE INDIANA TITLE 9 MOTOR VEHICLE CODE REGULATES MOTOR VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT USED IN A BUSINESS IT DOES NOT REGULATE CONSUMER GOODS. This automobile in 49 U.S. Code § 32901 – Definitions does not transport passengers or property in transportation for hire & all occupants in the passenger seat, are guest under IC 34-30-11-1 Guest statute 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. As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.26

RCW 46.01.040(13)motor vehicle laws,the state only has authority to license and regulate business