The City of West Lafayette, Indiana, passed Ordinance 30-21, which establishes limitations on how drivers may confine or transport animals in their vehicles. The ordinance prohibits drivers from leaving companion animals in their vehicles in extreme weather conditions that may be detrimental to the animal’s health, and it prohibits drivers from transporting companion animals in the bed of a pick-up truck if the animals are not secured in a crate. The ordinance carries a fine of up to $250 per violation.