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Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTP) and Motor Accident Injuries (MAI) Insurance
CTP Insurance is required when registering a vehicle in NSW, while ACT motorists must obtain MAI Insurance (previously known as CTP Insurance) for vehicle registration. Choose GIO as your preferred insurer and get a quote today.
Do I need CTP or MAI Insurance?
All drivers registering their vehicles in New South Wales or the Australian Capital Territory are required by law to have CTP Insurance (NSW) or MAI Insurance (ACT).
You can select GIO as your insurer, and know you’re covered for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident on the road.
Why Do I need Compulsory Third Party Insurance or Motor Accident Injuries Insurance?
It’s a mandatory requirement that all registered vehicles have insurance to cover personal injuries that might be sustained if that vehicle is involved in a motor vehicle accident. In New South Wales, you will need to purchase a CTP Green Slip from an insurer before you can register your vehicle. In the ACT, you will need to select an MAI insurer when you pay your vehicle registration.
Choose GIO as your insurer, and know you’re covered for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident on ACT and NSW roads.
Does CTP/MAI Insurance cover damage to my car?
No, it doesn’t cover damage to your car, other vehicles or property.
If you’re looking to protect your car from damage, see our Car Insurance products. With a range of cover to choose from, you’ll find the product for you whether it’s Third Party Property Damage Car Insurance or Comprehensive Car Insurance.
View our Third Party Car Insurance products.
View our Comprehensive Car Insurance products.