CTP / Green Slip Insurance renewals & payments

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Express renewal

  • Pay your premium online without logging in
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  • We accept Visa or MasterCard
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Check your policy and renew

Log into your Self Service Centre account to check your policy details before you renew.

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Over the phone

Call us now on 131 144 with your policy number ready. We accept Visa or MasterCard.

 

At a post office

Pay your renewal over the counter at an Australia Post Office. Find your nearest Australia Post

 

Visit your local NRMA branch

For available payment options and services, please refer to your local branch. Find your local branch

 

Send payments by post

Complete the payment slip on your policy certificate and post it to:

NRMA Insurance
Reply Paid 9871
GPO Sydney NSW 2001

Please note that we don't accept BPAY for your CTP Green Slip. Why? BPAY doesn't currently give real time payment, which means you can't immediately register your car.

Provided all the information matches with the RMS, it can take up to an hour for your payment details to be transferred electronically. This is known as an Electronic Green Slip, or e-Green.

We recommend that you wait an hour before contacting the RMS to complete your registration.

If your payment details haven't transferred successfully, and you don't have a copy of the CTP Green Slip or a CTP policy receipt, the RMS won't be able to process your registration.

The RMS will ask you to contact us to resend a copy of your Green Slip. Please have your registration papers on hand to confirm your details.

While some pension concession card holders may be eligible for automatic registration renewal, this isn't always the case.

It’s best to contact the RMS on 132 213 or visit their website, to confirm that your registration has been renewed.

If you need to pay for your CTP Green Slip renewal more than 42 days before it's due, please call us on 132 132 or visit us at your local branch

If you're wanting to renew your vehicle’s registration that has lapsed, you'll need to:

  • Purchase a CTP Green Slip without the registration number listed. This is known as an Original Registration
  • Complete a Vehicle Identity and Safety Check (formerly Blue Slip). Learn more about Vehicle Inspections and driving unregistered

Please note that the RMS will need the hard copy of the Original Registration. You can obtain this from your local NRMA branch

The NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) regulates CTP. SIRA requires providers like NRMA Insurance to charge enough premiums to fully fund the cost of all injuries caused by our customers. Recently, there's been a rise in the number of claims following minor crashes, meaning the price of CTP premiums has also increased. Find out more about CTP

Express pay

  • Pay online with your CTP policy number
  • We accept Visa or MasterCard
Pay a new policy
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Find a saved quote

Continue where you left off with your CTP Insurance quote.

Purchase a new policy

Get a CTP Insurance quote today.

 

Over the phone

Call us now on 131 144 with your policy number ready. We accept Visa or MasterCard.

 

Visit your local NRMA branch

For available payment options and services, please refer to your local branch. Find your local branch

 

Send payments by post

Complete the payment slip on your policy certificate and post it to:

NRMA Insurance
Reply Paid 9871
GPO Sydney NSW 2001

Please note that we don't accept BPAY for your CTP Green Slip. Why? BPAY doesn't currently give real time payment, which means you can't immediately register your car.

Provided all the information matches with the RMS, it can take up to an hour for your payment details to be transferred electronically. This is known as an Electronic Green Slip, or e-Green.

We recommend that you wait an hour before contacting the RMS to complete your registration.

If your payment details haven't transferred successfully, and you don't have a copy of the CTP Green Slip or a CTP policy receipt, the RMS won't be able to process your registration.

The RMS will ask you to contact us to resend a copy of your Green Slip. Please have your registration papers on hand to confirm your details.

Update or change your details

You'll need to contact the RMS to make changes to your CTP Green Slip, including:

  • Your address
  • Owner of the vehicle
  • Vehicle details such as your registration number

The RMS will process these changes and our records will automatically be updated.

Update your details

RMS general enquiries

7am-7pm Mon-Fri

 13 22 13

Change your period of cover

You can choose a 6 or 12 month Green Slip, however the term of your Green Slip must be the same as your registration.

You're not eligible for a 6 month Green Slip if:

  • You require a Vehicle Identity and Safety Check (formerly Blue Slip)
  • Your registration is more than 21 days overdue

Six month CTP policies cost more because of an administration fee involved in processing two payments per year rather than one.

To be eligible for a 3 month policy, your vehicle must be:

  • Over 2 tonnes tare with existing registration, regardless of class, OR
  • Registered for the first time

After you’ve transferred ownership, you’ll need to complete the required changes with the RMS. The RMS will process the transfer of ownership and the new policyholder will be notified of their CTP Green Slip details.

The name on your CTP policy should be the same as the person that’s on the car registration.

If more than one name needs to be on the CTP Green Slip, then the registered owner must be listed first.

Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTP), also known as a Green Slip, is designed to protect you from the financial cost of injuring someone on our roads. This includes loved ones in the car with you, other drivers, their passengers and even pedestrians.

Your CTP premium is calculated based on a number of factors about you and your vehicle, some of which are set by The NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) including:

  • The type of vehicle you drive
  • Where your vehicle is garaged

We apply additional risk factors, including:

  • Age of youngest driver using the vehicle
  • Vehicle age
  • Vehicle use (private or commercial)
  • At-fault motor claim in last 2 years
  • Years of relationship
  • Other motor vehicle insurance
  • Vehicle safety features e.g. weight, brakes etc

Find out more about CTP

As an NRMA Insurance customer, we reward you for your entire relationship with us.

CTP Insurance counts towards your Loyalty Discount, but you won’t receive the discount on your CTP Premium. Find out more about our Loyalty Discount

No, however if a learner driver is the registered owner of the vehicle, they must be listed as the insured.

Once a learner driver has their provisional licence, their age must be added to the CTP policy.

For us to apply the Primary Producer concession to your CTP policy, we’ll need to sight one of the following documents:

  • A Primary Producer Declaration issued by the RMS - this can be downloaded from their website
  • A Primary Producer Declaration certified by a qualified accountant within the last 12 months
  • Most recent tax averaging certificate, less than 2 years old
  • Most recent tax assessment notice, less than 2 years old
  • A letter from the Australian Taxation Office, less than 2 years old

Please have these available and call us on 132 132 or visit us at your local branch

You can cancel your CTP Green Slip if you’ve cancelled the registration of your vehicle. Otherwise when buying or selling a vehicle, the CTP Green Slip is transferred to the new owner until the next renewal.

If you move interstate, you’ll need to cancel the vehicle’s NSW registration and CTP Green Slip in order to re-register in another state.

To cancel your CTP Green Slip, visit a Service NSW Centre to first cancel your registration. Once you’ve received documents from Service NSW, please complete the CTP cancellation and send all relevant documentation to the reply paid address noted on the form, or email the documents to ctpaccountspayable@iag.com.au

You can also call us on 1800 882 364 or visit us at your local branch