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What is a Greenslip?

Compulsory motor vehicle insurance

Your greenslip is an insurance policy that provides for compensation for people killed or injured in a motor vehicle accident.

A greenslip is a legal requirement for all motor vehicles registered in NSW, except trailers. Trailers are covered under the greenslip of the towing vehicle.

Greenslip is a generic term for Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance. Greenslips are also referred to as CTP Greenslips, green slips, greenslip insurance, CTP and CTP Insurance.

When you purchase a greenslip you are participating in two schemes. First, the Third-party Insurance scheme, regulated before 1 December 2017 by Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 and from 1 December 2017 by Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017. Second, the Lifetime Care and Support scheme, regulated by the Motor Accidents (Lifetime Care and Support) Act 2006.

The Third-party Insurance scheme and the Lifetime Care and Support scheme are explained in full on this site.

How it Works - more info

Who and what is covered? >

Who and what is covered by your CTP green slip. read more

Third Party Insurance Scheme >

The third party insurance scheme in NSW explained. read more

Lifetime Care and Support Scheme >

The Lifetime Care and Support Scheme in NSW explained. read more

Motor Accident Authority >

Previous authority responsible for the NSW CTP scheme. read more

Setting prices >

How green slip prices are set and how you could reduce them. read more

MCIS Levy >

How the MCIS levy was set and what it paid for, now the Fund levy. read more

Geographical zones >

Greenslip prices set using geographical zones by postcode. read more

Youngest driver >

Your obligations and age of the youngest driver explained. read more

Claims >

What to do if you want to make a claim from your CTP insurer. read more

Complaints >

How to make a complaint about your CTP insurer or SIRA. read more

Scheme changes 2009 and 2010 >

History of major changes to the NSW CTP scheme. read more

State Insurance Regulatory Authority >

Government authority responsible for the NSW CTP scheme. read more

At fault driver cover >

What is at fault driver cover and which insurers offer it. read more

Interesting statistics >

Statistics about motor vehicle accidents in the past year. read more

Discounts >

Discounts and ways to reduce costs on other insurance products. read more

Pensioner concessions >

What kinds of concessions you can claim as a pensioner. read more

Mythbusters >

Quickly separate the facts from fiction about CTP green slips. read more