There are 4.2 million vehicle owners eligible for a refund.
NSW motorists will have more time to claim their compulsory third party (CTP) green slip refund with the scheme extended until 30 June 2019. Eligible motorists will be refunded part of their 2017 Green Slip under the NSW Government's new compulsory third-party insurance plan. Under a reformed CTP scheme the average price of a Green Slip will be reduced by more than $100.
If you were the registered owner of a private vehicle as at midnight 30 November 2017, you may be able to claim a CTP Green Slip refund for insurance policies bought or renewed before 1 December 2017.
How to claim
1. Select the 'Claim online' button.
2. Log into or create your MyServiceNSW Account.
3. Follow the prompts to claim a CTP refund.
4. Enter your bank details, review and submit your claim.
CTP Green Slip prices were reduced for most classes of vehicles* from December 2017 when the new scheme started. So, if you purchase or renew your Green Slip before 1 December you may have paid pre-reform prices.
See the table of refunds estimates. These are based on average premiums by vehicle class and the month the Green Slip was purchased.
The refund will apply to the owner of the vehicle as at midnight 30 November and will be calculated on a pro-rata basis. That is, the closer you purchase a policy to 1 December, the greater your refund will be.
*Motorcycle owners will not receive a refund. Instead, injured motorcycle riders will get more benefits and their prices will remain similar to what they are now. See the question below on motorcycles.