CTP Green Slip Insurance NSW

Sort out your CTP Insurance (also known as a CTP Green Slip) so you can register your car with ease.

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GIO helps you get your car registered quickly.

  • Quick online CTP Green Slip Quoting
  • Automatic payment notification to Transport for NSW (TfNSW), formerly the RMS

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GIO is offering safe drivers one of the lowest CTP Green Slip prices.^

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Why do I need a NSW CTP Green Slip Insurance?

All drivers registering their vehicles in New South Wales are required by law to have a NSW Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance policy also known as CTP Green Slip Insurance. CTP Insurance provides cover for people injured caused by your vehicle in an accident.

You can select GIO as your preferred insurer and know you're covered for your liability for injuries caused to others in a motor vehicle accident.

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What is CTP Green Slip Insurance and what does it cover?

CTP Green Slip Insurance covers the liability of anyone driving your vehicle for injuries caused to others in a motor accident. It can also help you cover medical expenses, and offers up to six months of weekly payments for lost income if you’re injured in an accident that’s your fault. Visit the SIRA website for more information.

CTP Insurance is mandatory in NSW for all vehicles other than caravans and trailers, and must be purchased before you can register your vehicle. Luckily, GIO makes sorting out your CTP Green Slip Insurance easy.

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What's covered

Your liability for injuries caused to third parties in a motor vehicle accident.

The liability of other people who drive your vehicle for injuries caused to third parties in a motor vehicle accident.

Medical expenses

All people injured in an accident, regardless of fault (unless you’re charged with a serious driving offence) are eligible to claim up to 6 months of reasonable and necessary treatment and rehabilitation expenses, as well as commercial attendant care if you need help around the home while you recover.

Payment for lost income

All people injured in an accident, regardless of fault (unless you’re charged with a serious driving offence) are eligible to claim a percentage of your pre-injury weekly income if you need time off work to recover, for up to 6 months.

What's not covered

Damage to your vehicle

Damage to other people's vehicles or property

To know more about coverage for these events, please visit our Car Insurance page.

Types of vehicles covered by CTP Green Slip Insurance

CTP Insurance is required for all motor vehicles registered in NSW, including:

Cars

Vans

Utes

Motorcycles

Trucks

The only exceptions are caravans and trailers, which are covered by the CTP Green Slip of the vehicle towing them.

How to purchase CTP Green Slip Insurance

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Get a quote and purchase your CTP Green Slip Insurance cover online.

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If your Transport for NSW registration says you need an inspection or E-Safety check, visit Service NSW to find your nearest E-Safety check station.

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Go to Service NSW and register your vehicle. Or if you are a pensioner and eligible, go directly here

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^ Low CTP prices apply for policies starting on or after 25/09/2020 for class 1 passenger vehicles less than 5 years old and registered for private use with NIL ITC, for drivers aged 30-69 with a full license and a good driving record (no at-fault accidents or demerits in the last 3 years, nor incurred any License suspensions, cancellations, disqualifications or restrictions in the last 3 years). Vehicles must be insured with Comprehensive or Third Party Property Damage insurance.

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Medical expenses

All people injured in an accident, regardless of fault (unless you’re charged with a serious driving offence) are eligible to claim up to 6 months of reasonable and necessary treatment and rehabilitation expenses, as well as commercial attendant care if you need help around the home while you recover.

Payment for lost income

All people injured in an accident, regardless of fault (unless you’re charged with a serious driving offence) are eligible to claim a percentage of your pre-injury weekly income if you need time off work to recover, for up to 6 months.