Insurance identification card.
(1) Any person who operates a motor vehicle subject to registration under chapter 46.16
RCW must have an identification card in his or her possession, as required by section 4(1), chapter 353, Laws of 1989, unless exempt under section 2 (4)(a) or (b) of that chapter.
(2) In the event that an identification card contains a description of the insured vehicle(s), and the person acquires any additional or replacement vehicle(s), possession of a valid insurance identification card previously issued, along with proof of recent acquisition or transfer of ownership of the additional or replacement vehicle(s), shall be deemed to fulfill the requirements of this section for a period not to exceed thirty days after such vehicle(s) was acquired. The person must notify the company issuing the identification card of the acquisition of the additional or replacement vehicle(s) within fifteen days of acquisition. Possession of any binder issued pending the issuance of a motor vehicle liability policy shall likewise be deemed to fulfill the requirements of this section.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110
and 1989 c 353 § 3. WSR 89-22-030, § 308-106-010, filed 10/26/89, effective 11/26/89.]