Two Indiana lawmakers are pushing for a four-figure fine for drivers caught smoking in a car with a child inside.
The bill proposed by State Sens. Eddie Melton and Jim Merritt would make smoking in a car with a child under the age of six a crime.
Drivers caught puffing inside a vehicle with a young child would be ticketed with a $1,000 fine.
If you are caught three times in a year, the fine would go up to $10,000.Nine states have smoke-free car laws, including: