In South Australia, CTP insurance is provided by four Government-approved CTP Insurers:
- AAMI – Contact details
- Allianz – Contact details
- QBE Insurance – Contact details
- SGIC – Contact details
What do the CTP Insurers do?
The CTP Insurers provide cover for South-Australian registered motor vehicle owners, to cover costs incurred by people injured as a result of a motor vehicle accident where the owner or driver of the motor vehicle is at fault. They are required to act in the best interests of CTP insurance policy holders, injured people and the CTP Scheme. The CTP Insurers are monitored against these obligations through contractual arrangements with the State, compliance with Regulator Rules and with the law applying to CTP claims.
All four CTP Insurers provide the same compulsory CTP insurance product - the Policy of Insurance.
From 1 July 2016 through to 30 June 2019, they are required to provide CTP insurance at the same price, which was set by the CTP Regulator. From 1 July 2019 the CTP Insurers will be able to compete on price, setting their premiums within a Regulator-approved price range.
How do I purchase CTP insurance?
Find more information about purchasing CTP insurance.
Who is my CTP Insurer?
The name of your current CTP Insurer appears on your registration renewal notice, under the Your Details section (which appears near the top-right corner of the notice).
Alternatively, you can use the EzyReg tools to confirm the CTP Insurer of your own or another vehicle:
You can also contact the CTP Regulator Enquiries Line on 1300 303 558.