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What is a NSW CTP Green slip and what does it cover?
How to get a Green Slip
When you take out a CTP insurance policy, we’ll ask you questions about the following things to make sure you’re getting the best premium:
- Details about your vehicle, how it’s used and where it is normally kept
- Details about your driving history, including any licence suspensions or demerit points
- Details of other drivers of your vehicle
- Details of any other insurance you hold
To make this process easier, have your vehicle’s registration papers and your driver’s licence number handy.
Next steps for registering your car in NSW
Pay for your NSW Green Slip
Arrange an eSafety inspection report (pink slip), if needed
Renew your registration online at Services NSW
Self service options for current CTP policy holders
Update your ITC status
Find out about payment methods for NSW Taxi CTP
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Frequently asked questions
The price of your Green Slip will vary depending on several factors. The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) regulates the CTP market and licenses some insurers to sell and manage CTP insurance in NSW. As CTP insurance is defined by the Motor Accidents Injuries Act 2017, coverage provided by all insurers is essentially the same.
SIRA prescribes the factors that all insurers must apply when setting their premiums. Insurers can supplement these factors with additional criteria that are deemed appropriate to determine premium levels. These factors include: the location in which the insured vehicle is garaged, your driving history, the age of all drivers of your vehicle, the age of your vehicle, the type of vehicle being insured, the purpose for which your vehicle is used and your entitlement to claim an Input Tax Credit on your CTP premium.
If the motor vehicle accident happened on or after 1 December 2017 and you were injured in it, you may be entitled to make a CTP claim – regardless of who was at fault. For more information about when to make a claim, visit .
Your CTP Green Slip will cover your vehicle as long as it’s registered. To cancel your Green Slip, you must first cancel your registration with . Any refund for the unused premium is calculated from the date TfNSW confirms deregistration.
TfNSW will provide you with a letter that can be used as proof that your vehicle’s registration has been cancelled. You’ll need to provide this letter to your CTP insurer, who can then process your policy cancellation and refund any unused portion of the premium.
The Fund Levy is a part of your CTP premium. It covers ambulance and initial hospital fees, as well as lifetime care for the severely injured. It also preserves funding for future treatment and care for those who are seriously injured and not at fault in the accident. The Fund Levy consists of the:
- Motor Accidents Operational (MAF) Fund Levy
- Lifetime Care and Support Scheme (LTCS) Fund Levy
- Motor Accidents Injuries Treatment & Care (MAITC) Fund Levy.
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