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NSW CTP

Green Slip

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance, also known as "Green Slip", is required in New South Wales so that you can register your vehicle.

Enjoy a great range of benefits including:
  • Fast, online quoting
  • Always speak to a real person
  • Purchase online to receive your policy immediately
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What is CTP Green Slip?

CTP is insurance attached to the registration of your vehicle, which provides protection to the at fault driver, against compensation claims from people injured in a motor vehicle accident.

What we cover

Your CTP insurance covers you for injuries you cause to other people in a Motor Vehicle accident.

Injuries to road users including other drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, motorbike riders and pillion passengers.

CTP provides limited cover for injuries sustained by the driver who causes a motor accident. Click here for more details.

CTP insurance does not cover damage to your vehicle, other vehicles or property.  Visit Car Insurance for more information.

register your car online

Got your Green Slip?

Head straight to the Roads & Maritime Services website (RMS) and register your vehicle now.

need a vehicle safety check?

Your RMS registration notice will indicate if you need an inspection or E-safety check.

Visit the RMS Website to find your nearest E-safety check station.

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Faster, easier NSW Green Slips are here

A new, faster process for collecting your personal details and vehicle information has been introduced for the purchase of a Green Slip.

Please see our FAQs section for more information relating to these changes.

Compulsory Third Party Insurance

Frequently asked questions