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Greenslip terminology

AAMI green slipAAMI stands for Australian Associated Motor Insurers Limited (ABN 92 004 791 744). They are one of six insurers providing greenslips in the NSW market.
Allianz green slip
Allianz is more formally known as Allianz Australia Insurance Limited (ABN 15 000 122 850). They sell greenslips in NSW. They also underwrite the greenslips sold by CIC Allianz.
Blue slip
If your vehicle is not currently registered in NSW, you need an authorised unregistered vehicle inspection, or blue slip, before it can be registered. A blue slip involves a more detailed safety and vehicle identification check than is required for an eSafety Check. You can get a blue slip from an eSafety Station or authorised vehicle inspection station.
Broker
A broker acts on your behalf to seek the best insurance product for your particular circumstances. They usually collect a commission from the insurance company for selling their product.
CIC Allianz green slip
CIC Allianz Insurance Limited (ABN 56 094 802 801) sells green slips underwritten by Allianz Australia Insurance Limited.
Compulsory Third Party Insurance
Compulsory Third Party Insurance, or CTP insurance, is commonly known as a greenslip. See CTP insurance.
CTP greenslips NSW
CTP Greenslips are sold in NSW by six different insurance companies. See CTP Insurance.
CTP Insurance
Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance is a type of insurance policy. CTP insurance provides you with protection from a damages claim in the event that you or the person driving your car are the driver at fault in a motor vehicle accident. It provides compensation to the person that was injured or killed. It is called a Green Slip simply because it is green in colour.
eSafety Check
The "eSafety Check Inspection Station" is an RMS initiative to encourage inspection stations to forward them your compliant pink slip via the internet. This ensures they receive notice of your vehicles compliance virtually immediately. Once you have acquired the greenslip and the insurer has also notified the RMS via the internet, you are able to complete your registration via the RMS website.
GIO green slip
GIO General Limited (ABN 22 002 861 583) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Suncorp. Suncorp is Queenslands biggest corporation, and one of Australia's top 20 companies.
Green Slip CalculatorThe Green Slip Calculator is a price comparison service offered by State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA). SIRA's Green Slip Calculator provides price information for each of the six NSW CTP Green Slip insurers, based on your vehicle and details.
Green slips
A green slip is the common term used to describe CTP Insurance. See CTP Insurance.
greenslips.com.au Pty Ltd
greenslips.com.au Pty Ltd operates this website.
LTCSThe Lifetime Care and Support Scheme, regulated by the Motor Accidents (Lifetime Care and Support) Act 2006.
MAA
The Motor Accidents Authority of NSW. The MAA was replaced by State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA). SIRA regulates the CTP Scheme in NSW and operates in accordance with the Motor Accidents Act 1988, as amended by the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999.
NRMA Insurance CTP Greenslip
Insurance Australia Limited (ABN 11 000 016 722) trading as NRMA Insurance, an IAG Company, is the largest provider of green slips in NSW.
Pink slip
The pink slip is confirmation from the motor vehicle inspector that your vehicle complies with current RMS registration rules and is therefore in order for registration. The RMS will require both a pink slip and a green slip in order to process your registration.
Premium
The price of the insurance cover.
QBE green slips
QBE Insurance Group Limited is one of six insurers offering greenslips in NSW.
RTA
The Roads and Traffic Authority, now Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). The RMS is the NSW State Government agency that is responsible for registration of motor vehicles, licensing of drivers, improving road safety and managing the road network.
Zurich green slip
Zurich Financial Services Australia Ltd (ABN 11 008 423 372) ceased offering green slips in NSW on 1 March 2016.