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Green slip refunds
From 1 December 2017, prices went down for most vehicle owners. From January 2018, refunds have been offered to eligible people as a direct result of the NSW Government's CTP Green Slip reforms.
To learn about Green Slip Refund or NSW CTP reform, visit the
Est. in 1927
What is the Roads and Maritime Services?
The RMS is the NSW State Government agency responsible for:
- Improving road safety.
- Testing and licensing drivers and registering and inspecting vehicles.
- Managing the road network to achieve consistent travel times.
You can find out more at service.nsw.gov.au
Who needs CTP Green Slip insurance?
CTP Green Slip Insurance is compulsory for all motor vehicles registered in NSW. CTP insurance is not required for Trailers and Caravans (vehicles towed by a registered vehicle).
I have just moved to NSW. How do I purchase a Green Slip?
If you have just moved to NSW and your vehicle is still registered interstate, you will still be able to purchase a Green Slip to establish your registration by providing a vehicle identifier.
If you have just moved from interstate or overseas and have bought a vehicle that is registered in NSW, you should ensure that the registration has been transferred into your name prior to purchasing a CTP policy. Failure to do so could mean you will be unable to purchase a policy.
What happens when I sell my vehicle?
CTP insurance is linked to the vehicle, not the owner, so if you sell your vehicle, the CTP policy will be transferred to the new owner. The RMS automatically notifies the CTP insurer of this change.
Similarly, if you purchase a vehicle, the CTP insurance will already be placed with a CTP insurer. Remember to contact GIO with the details of your new vehicle and we can send you a Green Slip when your registration falls due for renewal.
If you have Motor Vehicle (not CTP) Insurance with GIO and you buy a new vehicle or sell your vehicle you need to contact us to let us know.
If you buy a new vehicle, you may wish to consider GIO for your Motor Vehicle Insurance. For more information about GIO Motor Vehicle Insurance please click here.
What if I'm eligible for the RMS automatic registration renewal?
If you are eligible for the RMS 'auto registration renewal' service offered to some Pensioners, you need to pay your Green Slip before the registration renewal date. After you pay your CTP, we recommend you check with RMS directly, to confirm if your registration has been renewed.
How do I finalise my registration online?
Can I pay for 6 months instead of 12 months?
If you have a light vehicle (vehicles with GVM less than 4.5 tonnes), you have the option to choose a 6-month or a 12-month term. As long as you pay for both the CTP Insurance and registration within 21 days of the due date, you can choose a 6 month term for the renewal of your CTP.
If it’s been more than 21 days since your registration was due, you can only choose the 12-month period, unless there are extenuating circumstances for us to accept the late payment.
^ Low prices apply for policies starting on or after 01/09/2019 for new and late model cars, for drivers aged 30 and over and licenced for at least 2 years with a good driving record (no at-fault motor accidents in the last 2 years, have not lost more than 3 demerit points, nor incurred any License suspensions, cancellations, disqualifications or restrictions in the last 3 years). Vehicles must be a Class 1 Passenger Vehicle insured with Comprehensive or Third Party Property Damage insurance. Ask for a copy of the policy for full details. Insurance is issued by AAI Limited ABN 48 005 297 807 trading as GIO.
Insurance issued by AAI Limited ABN 48 005 297 807 trading as GIO. Registered Office, Level 28, 266 George St, Brisbane QLD 4000. Please read and consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement before you make any decisions about this product. In accessing the GIO site you agree to the Online terms and Conditions.