Hoverboards, which fall under the electric personal assistive mobility devices (EPAMDs) classificaiton, are legal in Indiana. To be classified as a legal PLEV model, the device must be self-balancing with two non-tandem wheels and have an electric motor under 750W.

This results in a maximum speed of 20 mph or below. However, hoverboards are still banned in many schools and universities in Indiana.

Indiana is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is bordered by Lake Michigan and the state of Michigan to the north, Ohio to the east, Kentucky to the south, and Illinois to the west. With a population of approximately 6.7 million residents, Indiana is the 17th most populous state in the US.

Well-known cities in Indiana include:
1. Indianapolis – The capital and largest city of Indiana, known for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indy 500.
2. Fort Wayne – The second-largest city in Indiana, known for its vibrant arts scene and beautiful parks.
3. Evansville – Located on the Ohio River, Evansville is known for its manufacturing industry and historic homes.
4. South Bend – Home to the University of Notre Dame, South Bend is known for its college town atmosphere and rich history.
5. Gary – Situated along the shores of Lake Michigan, Gary is known for its steel production and its proximity to Chicago.

These cities, among others, contribute to the diverse culture and economic significance of the state of Indiana.

Citations: https://casetext.com/statute/indiana-code/title-9-motor-vehicles/article-13-general-provisions-and-definitions/chapter-2-definitions/section-9-13-2-493-electric-personal-assistive-mobility-device