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Compulsory Third Party Insurance

Third Party Personal Injury Insurance.

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Apia NSW CTP Green Slip

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Insurance, also known as "Green Slip", is required in New South Wales so that you can register your vehicle. It provides protection to drivers for personal injuries caused to a third party in an at fault motor accident.

Why Apia?
  • Our CTP policy is competitively priced.
  • Real time Electronic Green Slip payment notification directly to RMS
  • An experienced CTP Claims Service
  • Driver Cover Plus

Rewarding Experienced Drivers

  • Covers you as the driver for your legal liability for personal injuries or death caused in a motor vehicle accident if you are the at fault driver.
  • Injuries to other road users including drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, motorbikes, scooters and pillion passengers caused by you as a result of an accident
  • Apia also provides Driver Cover Plus with your Green Slip insurance. Driver Cover Plus provides cover for specific serious injury benefits for eligible drivers.

More information about CTP Green Slips

NSW CTP insurance driver cover plus

NSW CTP insurance Green Slip information


NSW CTP Scheme Reform 2017 - Apia


How the NSW CTP scheme reforms affect you

What has changed

From December 2017, further reforms to the NSW CTP Green Slip will be introduced by the NSW Government, enabling the scheme to better support people injured on the road and aiming to reduce the cost of Green Slips for vehicle owners.

Apia will continue to work with officials from both the government and State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) to ensure the successful implementation of these reforms. We are committed to helping our customers transition to the new scheme.

What it means for you

The NSW Government consulted extensively on how to improve the scheme. It believes that the reforms model best addresses the key objectives, which are to:

  • reduce the time it takes to resolve a claim
  • increase the proportion of benefits provided to the most seriously injured road users
  • reduce the cost of Green Slip premiums
  • reduce the opportunities for claims fraud and exaggeration

For further information, please refer to the SIRA.