If you’re looking for additional cover beyond SA CTP insurance that protects your and other people’s property, take a look at the options below and start a quote.
Youi South Australia CTP insurance
Choosing Youi as your Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurer in South Australia is easy. If you’re ready, you can renew your registration right now. Otherwise, nominate us for a future renewal period anytime – there’s no need to wait until your current CTP policy expires.
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What SA CTP covers
- Protection for you and anyone that may use your vehicle against the financial impact of causing death or injury to other road users through the use of your vehicle anywhere is Australia.
- Liability for injuries caused by a trailer that it is attached to the registered vehicle.
What SA CTP does not cover
- Damage to your vehicle or anything that is attached to it.
- Damage to any third party’s property and/or vehicle.
- Compensation for an injured driver that is entirely at fault, with the exception of very serious, lifelong injuries which may be eligible for necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support under the Lifetime Support Scheme, regardless of fault.
How to switch your SA CTP to Youi
It’s simple to switch to Youi for your SA CTP insurance. You can either pay and renew now or nominate us as your future CTP insurer.
Making a SA CTP claim
You can submit a SA CTP claim online by completing a lodgement form.
- For an injury claim, complete and submit an injury claim online.
- For a fatality claim, complete and submit a fatality claim online.
Alternatively, you can lodge a paper claim as follows:
- Download and complete the relevant claim form from the CTP regulator website.
- Submit the completed form to Youi via:
email@example.com GPO Box 1531, Sydney NSW 2001 Fax 02 8251 9481
If you require any further assistance, call us on 1300 262 317.
For more information on how to make a CTP claim, visit the CTP regulator website.
SA CTP FAQs
Still have questions about CTP insurance in SA? You might find the answers here.
Youi will enter the SA CTP market from 1 July 2022. For any customers who have a policy renewing on or after this date, you will see Youi listed as an insurer option on your renewal notice.
How do I find out who my current SA CTP insurer is?
How can I change my SA CTP insurer to Youi?
Renewing is easy, you can renew your registration online by visiting EzyReg.
You can also visit any Service SA Centre with your vehicle registration renewal notice.
If you have any further questions about renewing your vehicle registration, visit the Service SA website or give them a call on 1300 361 021.
The Lifetime Support Scheme (LSS) is a no fault scheme which provides necessary and reasonable treatment, care and support for people who sustain serious lifelong injuries in a motor vehicle accident. The Lifetime Support Authority (LSA) administers the LSS. For more information, visit the Lifetime Support Authority.
The CTP insurance will remain with the registered vehicle so, if you sell it, the CTP insurance will be transferred across to the new owner.
If you’re unaware who the chosen CTP insurer is, please contact the CTP regulator's Personal Injury Helpline on 1300 303 558 who can assist you with determining the allocated CTP insurer.
You may be able to claim for compensation if a close relative dies in an accident caused partly or completely by another driver.
You can lodge a claim for:
- Medical expenses
- Funeral costs
- Loss of financial support from the relative who died
- Loss of services, such as the care of a parent for a child
- Loss of earnings from your relative, from their injury until their death
You may still be able to claim even if the relative who passed away was partly at fault in the accident. To determine if you are able to make a claim, you will need to complete the CTP Fatality Claim Form or call us on 1300 262 317.CTP FATALITY CLAIM FORM
Regardless of who caused the accident, you can claim benefits on behalf of your injured child. This applies when the child is under 16 years of age and a resident of South Australia at the time of the accident. You will need to complete a CTP Injury Claim Form and submit it to the relevant insurer.CTP INJURY CLAIM FORM
If anyone is injured in the accident, you must report the accident to the police. You’ll also need to complete an Accident Report Form and send to Youi.
Please visit our complaints handling page for information.SA CTP COMPLAINTS
South Australia Compulsory Third Party (SA CTP) policies are excluded from YouiRewards. However, if you hold another active Youi policy as well as a SA CTP policy, you will still be able to participate by linking your other active Youi policy.
The Claimant Service Rating is a measure of how satisfied a person is with their overall claims experience. People who’ve made a claim for an injury that occurred as a result of a motor vehicle accident are asked to take part in an independent survey approximately three months after their claim was lodged. The survey results are then used by the CTP insurance regulator to determine an overall average CSR for each CTP insurer on a rolling six-month basis, with these ratings then being published on the CTP insurance regulator’s website and on registration renewal notices.
As Youi is a new entrant in the South Australia CTP scheme, we’re currently listed as a “NEW” insurer on the CTP insurance regulator’s website and on registration renewal notices. Once the CTP insurance regulator has received a sufficient volume of claimant surveys, a CSR will be generated. In the meantime, Youi is committed to providing customers with exceptional service.
CTP exclusions by law
It’s important to understand that the full extent of your SA CTP insurance cover is defined by law and there are certain circumstances that may be excluded, such as driving without a current licence or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Take a look at the policy of insurance on the CTP regulator website for more details on these excluded circumstances.CTP REGULATOR