Personal injury protection coverage — Exceptions.
An insurer is not required to provide personal injury protection coverage to or on behalf of:
(1) A person who intentionally causes injury to himself or herself;
(2) A person who is injured while participating in a prearranged or organized racing or speed contest or in practice or preparation for such a contest;
(3) A person whose bodily injury is due to war, whether or not declared, or to an act or condition incident to such circumstances;
(4) A person whose bodily injury results from the radioactive, toxic, explosive, or other hazardous properties of nuclear material;
(5) The named insured or a relative while occupying a motor vehicle owned by the named insured or furnished for the named insured's regular use, if such motor vehicle is not described on the declaration page of the policy under which a claim is made;
(6) A relative while occupying a motor vehicle owned by the relative or furnished for the relative's regular use, if such motor vehicle is not described on the declaration page of the policy under which a claim is made; or
(7) An insured whose bodily injury results or arises from the insured's use of an automobile in the commission of a felony.
[2003 c 115 § 3; 1993 c 242 § 3.]
| Severability -- Effective date -- 1993 c 242: See notes following RCW 48.22.005.|