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Where can I buy a CTP Greenslip

Not sure where to buy CTP insurance online? With all the insurance providers and comparison sites out there, it can be difficult to know where the best place to buy a green slip online truly is. Whether your priority is low cost, extra inclusions, or a quick and easy process, there are some methods and websites that will serve you better than others.


Let’s break down how you can identify the best places to buy CTP green slips.


Buying CTP Insurance Online


Each approved CTP insurer in New South Wales (NSW) offers its CTP policies to the general public using various means to buy a CTP Greenslip. These means include internet, call centres, or branch office visitation.


The method of purchasing CTP will differ depending on the type of vehicle you drive. This is because CTP is easier to quote for some vehicles and more difficult for others. If you own a relatively standard car you shouldn’t have a problem getting a CTP quote online. For other vehicles like trucks, buses, taxis, and more, you may only be able to procure a CTP quote over the phone or in person.


Standard Vehicles


For all Sedans, Utes, 4 Wheel Drives, and Goods Carrying Vehicles under 4,500 GVM you may secure your CTP prices across all insurers by using our convenient calculator. This will provide you with all CTP insurer’s current CTP rates for your vehicle as of your renewal date. You can then decide to purchase your CTP by clicking the prompts noted on the quotation page and finalising your purchase in one step.


Other Classes of Vehicles


For Goods Carrying-vehicles over 4,500 GVM and for other Classes of Vehicles, unfortunately, you cannot purchase your CTP policy over the internet anywhere. We can, however, give you quotes over the phone in alignment with your specific vehicle. Simply call our hotline 1300 593 291 or email [email protected] to get your custom quote today.


CTP Prices & Coverage


When you buy a CTP online, prices and coverage vary from region to region. For example, CTP could be more expensive for those in metropolitan areas compared to more rural areas. Coverage can also vary depending on your provider, with some insurers offering at-fault cover. There are also levies exacted for businesses with units larger than 4.5 tonnes. 


Save On Your CTP Insurance


The best way to save on your CTP is to get accurate quotes from all NSW providers and compare them. The easiest way to do this is by using our CTP Calculator. We also offer discounts for fleets of more than 10 units. You may inquire about it through our hotline 1300 593 291 or email [email protected]


Choose A Greenslip That Aligns With Your Values


If you’re committed to making a change through your purchases, buying CTP insurance online is a great place to start. By owning and driving a vehicle on NSW roads, you’re contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. By purchasing your greenslip through an eco-conscious platform like Greenslips 4 Life, you can help offset those emissions.


We plant a tree for every greenslip sold. This goes a long way in offsetting carbon emissions, improving air quality, and reinstating native bushland. 


Best Practices to Follow When You Buy a CTP Green Slip Online


Ready to buy CTP online? Here are the best ways to ensure you’re getting the best price and are buying from a reputable seller.


1. Look for Licensed Brokers.


The first step is ensuring that you’re buying from a licensed broker. Without a license, there is no way to know that you will get what you pay for. Our company is licensed to sell CTP insurance online. Our prices have also been Regulated by the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA). 


2. Do Not Buy CTP Online from Unauthorised Agents.


Independent agents selling CTP insurance are forbidden by the law to prevent fraud. If you find a CTP comparison website that is offering prices much lower than competitors, ensure you check that they are fully licensed before you buy. Please call our hotline or visit our office if you have inquiries. 


3. Prepare Your Vehicle Information.


Your Registration number or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and NSW driver’s licence are needed to buy a CTP online. To streamline the process of buying CTP, ensure you have all of your vehicle and personal information at the ready. This can also include the model and make of your vehicle, when it was first purchased, your age, the garaging address, and other identifying factors.


4. Use Online Greenslip Calculator For Smaller Vehicles.


Vehicles weighing 4.5 tonnes or less can use our online green slip calculator. This applies to most cars you see on the road. For vehicles larger than 4.5 tonnes, you may call our hotline for the exact quote. This includes trucks, buses, and other special vehicles.


5. Submit Before Renewal Period


Once you have your quote, submit it by locating the box that asks for your quote number on our homepage. Once you click submit, you will be given details on your insurance cover and instructions for payment. Please make sure to submit your quote at least 21 days before your renewal date.


Visit our online green slip calculator page for a free quote today.

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