The Compulsory Third Party Insurance Regulator was established on 1 July 2016 as an independent statutory authority responsible for the oversight, monitoring and reporting of Approved Insurer activities, and ensuring that a fair and affordable CTP Scheme is maintained.
From 1 July 2016, four well-known private insurers commenced provision of CTP Insurance in South Australia. South Australian registered vehicles are automatically allocated to one of the four approved insurers - AAMI, Allianz Australia Insurance Limited, QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited and SGIC.
Because all four approved insurers are required to provide the same CTP Insurance product at the same price, there is no advantage in being with any particular insurer.
Our Claimant Surveys
The Regulator undertakes telephone surveys periodically with people who make claims against the Scheme. The information collected in these surveys assist us in measuring, monitoring and reporting on claimants’ satisfaction with their claims experience. Information gathered through our surveys will be collated into overall satisfaction scores and not attributable to claimants as individuals. Claimants may choose not to participate. The Regulator will not request or reveal any personal identifying information.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident and you receive unexpected contact (phone call, email or other) requesting personal information, or seeking information about the accident, please be aware this may be a scam.