Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Personal Injury Insurance, also known as a "Green Slip", is required when registering your vehicle in NSW.
What is CTP Green Slip?
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.
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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
To buy a new Green Slip you simply need to provide us with two (2) pieces of information to help us identify you and your vehicle. These details are located on your RMS registration papers.
We use this information to retrieve your registration details from RMS, saving you time and ensuring that the correct CTP premium is calculated, providing the information is correct.
- You will need the listed information to buy a CTP Green Slip policy, however if you don’t have it we can provide you with a quote.
- You need to make sure the details listed with RMS are correct. Contact RMS to make any changes on 13 22 13 before arranging/paying your CTP Green Slip.
- You no longer need to provide RMS with a hardcopy of your CTP Green Slip. Confirmation is sent electronically to RMS immediately on receipt of payment.
The changes will benefit you in three ways:
- Less information will have to be provided to purchase a new Green Slip
- Your CTP details will be sent to Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) immediately so that you can register your vehicle straight away. This will include first time registrations that currently require a hard copy CTP receipt to be presented.
- Ensuring you are charged the correct premium. Your premium will be based on the registration details retrieved by RMS.
If you are purchasing a new Green Slip to renew your vehicle registration, you can simply provide us with:
- Your Billing Number and
- Your Plate Number
No problem. You can instead provide us with:
- Your Plate Number (registration renewal), or VIN or Chassis number (new registration), and
- Your NSW Driver or Rider Licence number, RMS Customer Number or NSW Photocard Number
Note: Other combinations of identifiers can be used. See our FAQs for more details
We cannot provide you with an online CTP Green Slip quote in the following circumstances
- Vehicles transferring from interstate
- Vehicles requiring a blue slip
- Vehicles that have been unregistered for more than 3 months
- Trade plates
- Invalid wheelchairs
- Vehicles manufactured before 1960
- Vehicles that form part of a fleet
- Imported used vehicles
- Taxi and Stand-by Taxi
Please see our FAQs section for more information relating to these changes.
Compulsory Third Party Insurance
The registered driver or another driver of the motor vehicle for personal injuries caused to any person in an at-fault accident
If you are injured in an accident in Australia, caused by a driver whose car is registered in NSW, you can claim against their CTP (Green Slip) insurance.
Yes, your CTP details will be sent electronically to RMS immediately for both new and existing registrations, removing the need to provide RMS with a hard copy Green Slip or receipt.
We’re sorry you’re thinking of cancelling. For policy cancellations or to discuss your situation further, please call us on 13 22 44. If you do cancel, you may qualify for a refund for the unexpired portion of the premium less our cancellation fee and any non-refundable government charges (if applicable).