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Greenslips by State

CTP Greenslips exist in every state and territory in Australia. In other states the word Greenslip does not exist or is not commonly used. They refer to it as CTP Insurance only.

Some state governments underwrite the CTP policy, meaning they accept the risk. In others this is outsourced to insurers, just like NSW. Where it is outsourced to insurers, this means insurers take the risk and pay the claims.

In all other states except for NSW, the CTP Insurance policy is linked with your Registration documentation. This means that you do not purchase a separate CTP insurance policy but it is rather included in the fees paid for your vehicle registration. In those states, once your vehicle is registered, you are considered insured for CTP insurance.

Additional information on a state by state basis can be summarised as follows:

New South Wales: Underwritten by Private Insurers, namely AAMI, Allianz, CIC Allianz, GIO, NRMA and QBE meaning these insurers collect the premiums and pay the claims. The scheme is governed by The State Insurance Regulatory Authority. For more information on the scheme please click here

Victoria: Underwritten by the government and included in your registration documentation. The scheme is regulated by the Transport Accident Commission. For more information on their scheme please click here

Queensland: Underwritten by Private Insurers and included in your registration documentation. You simply select the insurer you wish to be insured with for CTP. The insurers who participate in the Queensland CTp scheme are: AAMI, Allianz, NRMA, QBE RACQ and Suncorp.

South Australia: Undewritten by Private Insurers namely AAMI, Allianz, SGIC and QBE. CTP insurance is included in your registration documentation. The scheme is regulated by the SA Motor Accident Commission. For more information on their scheme please click here

Australian Capital Territory: Underwritten by Private Insurers and included in your registration documentation. The scheme is regulated by the ACT Department of Treasury. For more information on their scheme please click here

Western Australia: Underwritten by the government and included in your registration documentation. The scheme is regulated by the Insurance Commissioner of Western Australia. For more information on their scheme please click here

Tasmania: Underwritten by the government and included in your registration documentation. The scheme is regulated by the Motor Accident Insurance Board. For more information on their scheme please click here

Northern Territory: Underwritten by the government and included in your registration documentation. The scheme is regulated by the Motor Accident Insurance Board and administered by the Territory Insurance Office (TIO). For more information on their scheme please click here

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