The NSW Government is reforming the CTP Green Slip scheme to better support people injured on our roads and to reduce the cost of Green Slips for vehicle owners.
The Motor Accident Injuries Bill 2017 was passed by the NSW Parliament on 30 March 2017. The new CTP scheme started 1 December 2017. Here is where you’ll find more information about those reforms.
Green Slip reforms refunds
Claim the 2017 Green Slip refund before 30 September 2019. Find information here about the refunds being offered to eligible people and how to claim.
Why reform was needed
The previous CTP Green Slip scheme had been in place for 18 years and was no longer serving injured road users and policy holders as well as it could.
How prices were reduced
Read here how the new scheme has made Green Slips more affordable.
Before and after prices
See the table of before and after premium prices to find out how much you may be saving under the current 2017 CTP scheme.
New benefits for injured people
Explains the new benefits available to injured people under the new CTP Green Slip scheme.
More CTP dollars going to injured people
The new scheme means a greater proportion of the CTP dollar collected will go back to those who need it most – those injured on NSW roads.
A faster claims process
Read how a faster and streamlined claims process will reduce complexity and help injured people get the support they need when they need it.
More help and support
Read how support services and an independent dispute resolution process will result in a less adversarial claims process.
How the new CTP scheme will reduce fraud
Fraudulent and exaggerated claims cost us all in higher premiums. Read how these CTP Green Slip reforms will reduce fraud.
What the new CTP scheme means for taxis and ride sharing
How reforms will address price and regulation disparities between taxis, hire cars and ride-share services to make the scheme fairer.
How we consulted on CTP Green Slip reforms
We consulted extensively during 2016 with stakeholder roundtables, consumer and road user research and online public consultations.