CTP Green Slip from NRMA Insurance*
What is a CTP Green Slip?
A Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Green Slip is a must-have for NSW drivers. You need one before you can register your vehicle.
A Green Slip covers costs like medical treatment and lost income for people who need it after they’re injured in a road accident.
A Green Slip doesn’t cover damage to your vehicle, other vehicles or property - only injuries.
If you get a Green Slip for your car with NRMA Insurance, they also give you Driver Protection Cover. This is extra cover for you if you cause an accident and suffer certain serious injuries1.
For anyone driving your vehicle
✓ Your medical expenses
NRMA Insurance cover your injuries from an accident you cause (for up to 26 weeks).
✓ Other people's medical expenses
NRMA Insurance cover other people’s injuries from an accident you cause (including your passengers, other drivers and pedestrians).
✓ Lost income
NRMA Insurance cover part of your income if you need time off work to recover (for up to 26 weeks).
✓ Extra cover for your injuries
NRMA Insurance offer extra cover for certain serious injuries if you cause an accident1.
NRMA Insurance cover you if you drive for a ridesharing service like Uber.
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✗ Your vehicle
Damage to your vehicle isn’t covered, see other car insurance for that.
✗ Other vehicles & property
Damage to other people’s vehicles or property isn’t covered, see other car insurance for that.
For full details including limits, conditions and exclusions, read the policy document:
Driver Protection Cover (PDF 104KB)
Have a question?
What's the difference between CTP and a Green Slip?
CTP (which stands for Compulsory Third Party) and a Green Slip are the same thing – insurance you need before you can register your vehicle that covers injuries from an accident.
What happens to my Green Slip if I sell my car or motorcycle?
Your Green Slip stays with your vehicle so NRMA Insurance will transfer the insurance to the new owner.
How much does a Green Slip cost?
The amount you pay for a Green Slip (called the premium) is different from person to person and vehicle to vehicle. The quickest way to find out how much you’ll pay is to get a quote.
How much you pay is based on things about you and your vehicle. It's partly decided by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA), and partly by NRMA Insurance. They weigh up things like how old your vehicle is, the age of the youngest driver and claims you’ve made in the past.
What's Driver Protection Cover?
Driver Protection Cover is extra cover NRMA Insurance give you when you get your car’s Green Slip with them.
It’s cover for some specific injuries if you cause an accident and you’re seriously hurt1. You get this protection on top of what you get with your Green Slip.
Things you should know
- Driver Protection Cover pays certain amounts for specific injuries from an accident you cause, read the policy booklet for a full list. It applies if your vehicle’s a class 1 passenger vehicle, a goods vehicle that weighs 4.5 tonnes or less, or a primary producer vehicle (but not agricultural machinery). All other vehicles aren’t covered, including motorcycles, ambulances & police vehicles, taxis, buses, tow trucks, machinery and self-driven hire vehicles.
** A CTP Green Slip counts towards your policy count, but you don’t receive an NRMA Insurance Loyalty Discount on the cost of your CTP Green Slip.
^ Any applicable discounts may be subject to minimum premiums. Discounts only apply until a minimum premium is reached. When IAL determines your premium on renewal, IAL may also limit any increases or decreases in your premium by considering factors such as your previous year’s premium amount. You may not save more with more eligible policies and by staying with IAL longer if a minimum premium is reached, or IAL have limited increases or decreases in your premium.