This page contains a brief summary on the CTP reviews in 2013 and 2016.
2013 Scheme review
In 2013 the government asked the then MAA to conduct a review of the scheme. The findings indicated that the scheme was relatively inefficient and resulted in delays in injured people receiving their entitlements which led to proposed legislative change through the Motor Accidents Injuries Amendment Bill 2013. This Bill amended the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 and proposed a new approach to compulsory personal injury insurance.
This Bill was later withdrawn as it did not have the support of the Upper House. A roundtable was subsequently held to further explore stakeholder views.
These documents provide further detail:
CTP reform documents
- Reforms to the NSW CTP Green Slip Insurance Scheme
- CARS review update
- CTP Scheme performance update 2013
- CTP pricing strategy terms of reference
- Estimated cost per policy of the proposed NSW Green Slip Scheme
- NSW CTP Scheme performance update 2012
- Premium System Transition for the Proposed NSW Green Slip Scheme
- Taylor Fry Peer Review
Publicly accessible submissions
- Actuaries Institute NSW
- Australian Association of Social Workers
- Greens NSW
- IAG NRMA Insurance
- Insurance Council of Australia
- Joint Submission of the NSW Bar Association, the Law Society of NSW and the Australian Lawyers Alliance
- NSW Motorcycle Alliance
- NSW Taxi Council
- Slater & Gordon
- Transport for NSW
- CTP roundtable final report
- CTP roundtable issues paper
- CTP roundtable program
- Ian Cameron's presentation
- John Walsh's presentation
- Margaret Prendergast's presentation
2016 Scheme review: On the road to a better CTP Scheme
The NSW Government has reformed the Green Slip CTP scheme to better support people injured on our roads, and to reduce the cost of Green Slips for vehicle owners.
For more information visit CTP reform pages.