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I’m moving interstate. Do I need to transfer my CTP?
When moving interstate, the action you’ll need to take will vary depending on which state or territory you’re relocating to.
If you’re relocating to NSW and bringing your vehicle with you, you’ll need to visit your nearest Service NSW centre and register. Until you register your car in NSW, it will be considered unregistered, even if you still have registration leftover from where you were previously living.
If you’re moving interstate to the ACT, you have up to 3 months to transfer your registration through Access Canberra. When doing this, you’ll need to select a new CTP Insurance provider within ACT.
Paying for your ACT CTP insurance is simple – since your CTP Insurance is attached to your registration, you just need to select AAMI as your preferred CTP insurer when making payment to Access Canberra for your registration.