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In which state is your car registered?
Make sure you’re covered
Other car insurance options
CTP is designed to cover personal injury-related costs. You’ll need to consider other forms of Car Insurance to cover things like the following:
Get to know CTP even better
If you’re moving to NSW, you’ll need to purchase a CTP Green Slip and obtain an eSafety check prior to registering your vehicle with Service NSW. Until you register your car in NSW, it will be considered unregistered, even if you still have registration left over from where you were previously living. Visit Service NSW for further details.
If you’re moving away from NSW, you’ll need to refer to your new state or territory’s requirements and timeframes for transferring your vehicle registration. If you’re moving to SA or the ACT, you’ll have the opportunity to choose AAMI as your new SA Compulsory Third Party (CTP) or ACT Motor Accident Injuries (MAI) insurer. Visit our SA CTP Insurance or ACT MAI Insurance pages to learn more.
If you have a light vehicle (vehicles with GVM less than 4.5 tonnes), you can choose between a 6 or 12 month term. Provided you pay for both the CTP Green Slip and registration within 21 days of the due date, you can choose a 6 month term for the renewal of your CTP Green Slip.
You’ll find information about what you need to do to lodge a CTP Green Slip claim at Make a claim for NSW CTP Insurance.