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One in two Sydney motorists pay $500 or less for greenslip

Before reform of the NSW CTP greenslip scheme, the average premium in the state was $652. In Sydney, nobody was paying less than $500 for their green slip. Now nearly one in two Sydney motorists pay $500 or less for their green slip. In country areas, more than 60% of motorists now pay $400 or less. Read More

Five demerits for using your mobile

From September, the penalty for using your mobile phone while driving is five demerits. During a holiday period of double demerits, it will be 10. There is no doubt the NSW government is serious about stopping the distraction caused by illegal phone use. Read More

Mobile pink slips for a callout fee

The NSW government has begun a 6-month trial of mobile pink slips or safety checks. An authorised examiner will come to your location and carry out an inspection of your vehicle. The pink slip will cost the same but the examiner will add an agreed callout fee. Read More

How to claim your CTP greenslip refund

Most vehicle owners can now claim a refund on their CTP green slips. Following reforms to the NSW greenslip scheme, green slip prices fell from 1 December 2017. Insurers will refund overpaid green slips through ServiceNSW. Motorists have until 30 September to claim their greenslip refund. (This was later extended to 30 June 2019.) Read More

Greenslip refunds for business and taxi owners

Taxi owners can expect an average refund of $1,255 and businesses around $265, starting today (22 January 2018). This puts $52 million back into the pockets of businesses and taxi owners. They are the first to receive greenslip refunds under the new greenslip scheme in NSW, which began 1 December 2017. Read More

Free rego for toll payers

If you regularly spend more than $25 a week on toll roads in Sydney, you may be able to get free registration. The government just announced a rebate to help cut the high cost of owning a vehicle in NSW. Read More