We regulate Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance in Queensland to keep premiums affordable and support people injured in motor vehicle crashes.
Our interactive knowledge centre is your hub for the latest available information on CTP insurance in Queensland.
1. When is your registration/premium payment due?
2. What is your vehicle class?
How many seats in bus (including driver)?
How many days is the permit for?
Cars and station wagons
See vehicle classes
3. Is your premium subject to an Input Tax Credit Entitlement (ITCE)?
Note: Premiums for vehicles used exclusively for private use are not subject to an ITCE. In most cases, your premium will only be subject to an ITCE if you complete a Business
Activity Statement for GST purposes, which includes the business use of this vehicle. Click here for
4. What period do you want to cover?
Select accident date
Enter your registration number
Enter registration number of 'at-fault' vehicle
Note: The 'at-fault' vehicle is the vehicle you consider caused the accident.
If the 'at-fault' vehicle was registered interstate, contact the relevant interstate authority.
If you don’t know the registration number of the ‘at-fault’ vehicle, contact MAIC for assistance.
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