What is CTP Insurance?


Generally Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTP) insurance covers your liability and the liability of anyone else who drives your vehicle for injuries you or they may have caused to other road users in a motor accident. In certain states, CTP insurance may also offer limited benefits to the driver of your vehicle (including yourself) if injured but at fault in a motor vehicle accident. CTP insurance is required before you can register your vehicle.

Important: CTP insurance does not cover damage to your vehicle, other vehicles or property.



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Allianz NSW CTP

  • Savings for drivers 30 years and over
  • A team of CTP claims specialists


Allianz Queensland CTP


Allianz SA CTP

  • The confidence that comes with being insured by one of the world's leading insurers
  • A team of CTP claims specialists


CTP Insurance Explained


Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTP), also known as a Green Slip in NSW, is required in order to register your vehicle. Generally, provided your vehicle is registered, your CTP insurance covers your and the driver of your vehicles liability for injuries you or they may cause to other road users as a result of a motor vehicle accident that is your or their fault.

In NSW and QLD, CTP insurance also provides some cover to the driver of your vehicle (including yourself) if injured but at fault in a motor vehicle accident.

As a general guide, the following things are covered by a CTP Policy, although the cover can vary from state to state:




With Allianz CTP you get:

      CTP insurance does not cover any damage caused to property

For more information, please visit the webpage for your state listed above.