Whenever an insurance company issues or renews a motor vehicle liability insurance policy, the company shall provide the policy holder with an identification card that is to include, at a minimum:
(a) The name of the insurance company;
(b) The policy number;
(c) The effective date of the policy;
(d) The expiration date of the policy; and
(e) A description of the year, make and/or model of the insured vehicle(s) and/or the name of the insured driver. If there are five or more vehicles under common ownership, the word "fleet" may be used in place of the vehicle description. The insurance company may issue a supplemental listing of vehicles covered.
If an insurance company issues an identification card containing information in addition to that identified above, the above information shall be printed in such a way so as to be readily discernible. To the extent practical, the insurance identification card shall be printed in a manner so as to discourage tampering.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110
and 1989 c 353 § 3. WSR 89-22-030, § 308-106-020, filed 10/26/89, effective 11/26/89.]