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Choosing Allianz for your CTP insurance cover

Why choose Allianz for your NSW CTP Green Slips?

  • eGreen payment facility enabling you to register your vehicle on-line at the RMS within minutes
  • Competitive rates for drivers over the age of 30
  • A team of CTP claims specialists, that will handle your claims quickly and fairly
  • Confidence of being insured with one of the world’s leading insurers

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Contact your authorised Allianz Dealer to arrange CTP Insurance today.

Questions about CTP cover

Generally CTP insurance covers your liability and the liability of anyone who drives your vehicle for injuries and death caused to other parties in a motor vehicle accident anywhere in Australia. For accidents on or after 1 December 2017, your CTP can also provide certain limited statutory benefits to you as the driver of your vehicle or another person who drives your vehicle, if injured and are the at fault driver in a motor vehicle accident.

The extent of the CTP insurance cover is defined by law. In some circumstances cover may be excluded, such as if the accident was the result of a serious driving offence.
No, it does not. If you would like cover for these types of damage, you may wish to take out other insurance such as comprehensive motor insurance.
Yes. Provided your vehicle is registered in NSW, your Allianz Green Slip covers you for injuries you might cause to other road users 24 hours a day, Australia wide. The amount of compensation payable depends on the law in the state where the accident occurs.
You may only change your CTP insurance provider at the commencement of each registration period. Once your CTP Green Slip has been used to register your vehicle, the only way that you will be able to change insurers is by cancelling and re-establishing your registration (see “How do I cancel my CTP policy?”).
Your CTP Green Slip will cover your vehicle as long as it is registered. To cancel your Green Slip, you must first cancel your registration with the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Any refund for the unused premium is calculated from the date the RMS confirms deregistration.

Once deregistered, the RMS will provide you with a letter which can be used as proof that your vehicle’s registration has been cancelled. Once this letter is provided, your CTP insurer can then process your policy cancellation and refund any unused portion of the premium.
No. CTP Insurance is attached to the motor vehicle registration. The CTP Insurance will be transferred to the next registered owner.
If your vehicle is deregistered due to a total loss or having been stolen, we will refund any unused portion of your CTP premium once we have been provided with proof of deregistration. Any refund for the unused premium is calculated from the date the RMS confirms deregistration.
NSW CTP Scheme Reform 2017: In December 2017, the NSW Government amended the CTP Scheme to better support people injured in motor vehicle accidents on NSW roads. The new scheme is focused on early support and recovery.
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Understanding CTP insurance

The cost to someone who is injured in a motor vehicle accident can be significant when one considers the medical care and treatment costs that can be involved and potential loss of income during recovery. In extreme cases, victims can require expensive treatment for the rest of their lives. To ensure that innocent victims of motor vehicle accidents are compensated irrespective of the financial position of the driver that caused the accident, it is mandatory for all vehicle owners to take out CTP insurance before they are able to register their vehicle.
All registered vehicles including cars, trucks, motor bikes and motor scooters require CTP insurance. Trailers do not as they are covered by the towing vehicle’s CTP insurance.
The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) regulates the CTP market and licenses some insurers to sell and manage CTP insurance in NSW. CTP insurance is defined by the Motor Accidents Injuries Act 2017 and, as such, coverage provided by all insurers is essentially the same although some insurers may offer an additional At Fault Driver Protection policy when providing CTP insurance. SIRA prescribes a number of factors that all insurers must apply when setting their premiums. Insurers can supplement these factors with additional criteria that are deemed appropriate to determine premium levels.

These factors include: the location in which the insured vehicle is garaged, your driving history, the age of all drivers of your vehicle, the age of your vehicle, the type of vehicle being insured, the purpose for which your vehicle is used and your entitlement to claim an Input Tax Credit on your CTP premium.
Renewing customer We will send you a renewal notice to your registered address. The notice will contain information about how to renew your existing Allianz CTP policy. If you would like to contact Allianz to renew your CTP policy, please call us and quote your Biller Reference Number (BRN) which can be found in the payment details section of your renewal notice. Alternatively, call our contact centre on 131 000 who can help with your renewal.

New Customers Please contact your authorised Allianz Dealer to arrange CTP Insurance today.
From 12:00am on 1 September 2021 Allianz will no longer offer At-Fault Driver Protection insurance to new or renewing customers with CTP Insurance. For policies already in force prior to this date, the At-Fault Driver Protection Insurance Policy cover will continue for eligible customers until their policy’s next due date.

For CTP policies commencing or renewing prior to 12:00am on 1 September 2021 the cover offered under Allianz At-Fault Driver Protection Insurance Policy is available to eligible customers until their CTP policies first renewal date after 12:00am on 1 September 2021. After the first renewal date the Allianz At-Fault Driver Protection Insurance cover will no longer be available to those customers.

For full terms and conditions of the Allianz At-Fault Driver Protection Insurance cover including details of eligible customers, please review the At-Fault Driver Protection Policy document.
The Fund Levy is a part of your CTP premium. It covers your ambulance and initial hospital fees, as well as lifetime care for the severely injured. It also preserves funding for future treatment and care for those who are seriously injured and not at fault in the accident. The Fund Levy consists of the Motor Accidents Operational (MAF) Fund Levy, the Lifetime Care & Support Scheme (LTCS) Fund Levy & the Motor Accidents Injuries Treatment & Care (MAITC) Fund Levy. If you have other questions about your premium or need help with a claim, please call CTP Assist on 1300 656 919 (8:30 AM to 5 PM, Monday to Friday). Or you can email
Customers who use their vehicle as part of a GST registered business are able to claim back the GST portion of their CTP premium from the Australia Taxation Office as an Input Tax Credit (ITC) when lodging their business activity statements. Due to different tax treatments, the cost to the insurer of claims made by ITC entitled customers is higher than that for customers who are not entitled to an ITC. For this reason, CTP insurers charge a higher premium to GST registered customers that are entitled to an ITC. If you are registered for GST purposes and are able to claim the ITC on the premium, you must answer “yes” to the question “Is anyone entitled to claim an input tax credit on this vehicle?” This is the case even if you do not intend to claim the ITC. For further information contact or speak to your taxation advisor.
If the motor vehicle accident happened on or after 1 December 2017 and if you were injured in it, regardless of who is at fault for the accident, you may be entitled to make a CTP claim. For more information about when to make a claim, please visit the claims page here.

There are strict timeframes in relation to making a claim if you were injured before 1 December 2017. Please contact us on 1300 131 319 for more information.