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Frequently Asked Questions

The NSW Motor Accident Authority authorises seven different insurers to offer greenslips. They are currently QBE, GIO, NRMA, Zurich, AAMI, Allianz and CIC Allianz.

The NSW Motor Accident Authority authorises seven different insurers to offer greenslips. They are currently QBE, GIO, NRMA, Zurich, AAMI, Allianz and CIC Allianz.

You will be advised of the insurer at the time of quotation. Value Greenslips ensures it provides its customers with an enjoyable purchase experience and this includes offering a great price for most vehicles and their drivers in New South Wales. Currently Value Greenslips sells CTP Greenslips on behalf of QBE Insurance as it currently offers excellent rates for drivers with a great driving record.

CTP provides compensation for people injured or killed in motor vehicle accidents. It does not cover any damage to any property.

At fault driver cover is only provided by five out of the seven insurers.

Because you are able to purchase greenslip online, for your convenience you can also register your vehicle online at the RTA web site a few moments after your purchase. This is because electronic notification is sent to the RTA about 30 minutes after any greenslip purchase. This is however only possible for renewals.

The MAA is responsible for making NSW roads safer and it is in charge of the CTP Scheme. The MAA also decides if the premium charged by insurers is reasonable and either approves or declines their price.

The MCIS Levy forms part of the insurer premiums and is there to provide lifetime care and support to victims’ severely injured in motor vehicle accidents regardless of who’s the driver at fault. GST is not charged on the Levy.