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Paying for your AAMI MAI Insurance is simple – since your MAI Insurance is attached to your registration, you need to select AAMI as your preferred MAI Insurer when making payment for your registration with Access Canberra.
MAI Insurance is linked to the vehicle, not the owner. If you sell your vehicle, the MAI Insurance will be transferred to the new owner. Similarly, if you buy a vehicle, the MAI Insurance will be transferred to you.
Just make sure that you advise Access Canberra.
MAI Insurance is included in your total registration fee paid to Access Canberra, therefore the length of your insurance policy will depend on whether you paid for a 3, 6 or 12-month term at the time of your vehicle registration or renewal.
Since your MAI Insurance is connected to your vehicle registration, you should contact Access Canberra to update your contact information.
Cancelling your MAI Insurance means cancelling your vehicle’s registration, which you can choose to do at any time. Once you’ve cancelled your registration, you won’t be allowed to drive your vehicle anymore.
You can lodge your request to cancel at your nearest Access Canberra Service Centre.
If you’re moving to the ACT, you have up to 3 months to transfer your registration through Access Canberra. When you transfer your registration, you’ll have the opportunity to choose AAMI as your MAI Insurance provider.
If you’re moving away from the ACT, 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 NSW or SA, you’ll be able to choose AAMI as your Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurer in your new state. Visit our NSW CTP Green Slip or SA CTP Insurance pages to learn more.