NSW Compulsory Third Party Insurance
New South Wales' Road Traffic Act allows car owners in the state to choose the provider of their CTP, or 'green slip', insurance.
In most states and territories there is only one approved provider of CTP insurance.
You must have a green slip to register you vehicle in NSW (trailers are excluded).
What is CTP insurance?
Compulsory third party (CTP) insurance protects you (or the person driving your vehicle) against any damages claims made against you for injuring or killing someone in an accident.
It provides compensation for the person who was injured or killed, including other drivers, passengers, motorcyclists, pedestrians and cyclists.
As its name suggests, CTP insurance is compulsory in Australia. In most states – NSW being one of the exceptions – you get CTP cover automatically, when you register your car.
|Your legal liability for injuring or killing someone in an accident||Yes|
|Cover for the driver at fault – unless they are catastrophically injured (as defined by the Lifetime Care and Support Scheme)||No|
|Damage to your property, including your vehicle||No|
|Damage to other someone else’s property, including their vehicle||No|
|Theft of your vehicle||No|
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Frequently asked questions
How long is my NSW CTP insurance effective for?
You can buy green slip cover for six or 12 months.
How quickly after getting my green slip will I be able to register my car?
We’ll notify Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) electronically when you purchase your green slip, even if you are registering the car for the first time. Please allow one hour for the notification to go through. You no longer need to present a hard copy of the green slip receipt.
Am I covered if I drive outside of NSW?
Your CTP green slip insurance covers you no matter where you drive your car in Australia.
What factors affect the price of my green slip?
The main factors are the type and age of your vehicle, how it’s used, where it’s garaged, your age, driving history and claims history.
Want more cover?
CTP insurance does not cover theft of or damage to your vehicle or other people’s property (e.g. their car and home).
To get that cover, you’ll need to take out either: