Compulsory Third Party insurance generally covers the liability of anyone who drives your vehicle for injury caused to the passengers and other road users in an at-fault motor accident. CTP insurance is needed to be able to register your vehicle.
What is CTP insurance?
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A little more about CTP insurance
What does CTP insurance cover?
As a general guide, the driver of the vehicle covered by a CTP policy can be covered for their liability for the following in a motor vehicle accident, although the cover can vary from state to state:
- Injuries caused to passengers in the vehicle
- Injuries caused to other road users such as drivers and passengers of other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, motor cyclists and pillion passengers
- Injuries caused through the use of a trailer when attached to the vehicle
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