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What’s next after buying a new car?

March 25, 2020

So you bought a new car… First off, congratulations! Second, there are a couple of formalities you must comply with before going out on the streets. Whether it’s a brand-new or a second-hand car, you should be aware of some of the paperwork and documents you’ll first need before you can get on the road […]

Safety and Fun Tips When Driving With Kids

March 9, 2020

You might have a fond memory of going on a road trip with your family as a kid, the excitement, the fun games…well, this might not be the same feeling for your parents—and if you are the parent today—you might understand what travelling with kids entails.   Driving like this can drive you crazy! And […]

Safety Tips for First-time Drivers

February 18, 2020

Being a first-time driver can be both nerve-wracking and exciting. There are many important things to know, particularly considering the great responsibility that comes with driving. Driving safely is something that we all should be very aware of. It will not only save lives but having a preventive mindset and being extra cautious when driving […]

How to Minimise the Financial Burden of Owning a Car

February 5, 2020

It’s no surprise that many people want to own a car. It is convenient when you need to run errands or drive to work. A car allows you the freedom to travel around, and most of all, save time when compared to commuting via public transport. According to the Australian Automobile Association, it is estimated […]

How is the greenslip price set for each motor vehicle?

January 22, 2020

In Australia, you need Compulsory Third Party or CTP insurance before you register your vehicle. This must be purchased in order to register every motor vehicle in New South Wales. This insurance, also known as Greenslip, will cover the people injured or killed in a motor vehicle accident.   It is important to clarify that […]

Bushfires and CTP Insurance: What’s it gotta do?

January 10, 2020

Australia’s bushfires are having a devastating impact on the country. Millions of animals have perished or lost their habitat and many people have suffered the loss of property, whilst some have even lost their life. When it comes to the devastation of the landscape from the fires, the latest estimations are 15 million acres and […]

Your G4E family wishes you Happy Holidays!

December 19, 2019

  From all of us here at G4E, we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Together, we are on the journey to protect our environment – a reason for us to celebrate!  Here at Greenslips 4 Earth, we join you in celebrating this festive season and warmly thank you for trusting and […]

Learner Drivers On CTP: What You Need To Know

December 19, 2019

Learner drivers or L-platers are new drivers holding a Learner License, with a minimum age of 16. Their learner plates must be displayed on the vehicle’s exterior surface in a position that is visible to the general public.  Learner drivers face several restrictions due to the inherent risk involved in having a young / novice […]

How to Find the Most Affordable Green Slip Deal

November 20, 2019

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance, also known as a green slip, is a mandatory insurance policy for registered vehicle owners in NSW. In the event of a motor vehicle accident, CTP covers the financial expenses that will accrue for the injured person. Compensation claims mainly cover care costs, rehabilitation, income loss, and funeral expenses.   […]

Buying And Selling your Vehicle: How do CTP Transfers Works

November 10, 2019

What does CTP cover you for in NSW?   If you’re living in NSW and own a vehicle, you should know that the sate requires you to have a Compulsory Third Party Insurance or CTP. This is a mandatory insurance policy in New South Wales that covers the driver’s liability for injuries caused to third […]

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