Act now—our CTP scheme is under threat

On 20 September 2018, the Legislative Assembly referred the Barr Government’s proposed new compulsory third party insurance (CTP) scheme, the Motor Accident Injuries Bill 2018, to the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety Committee for review.

The Committee is to report back to the Assembly on 1 November 2018.

This means Canberrans have just six weeks to have their say on this deeply flawed piece of legislation.

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The ACT Government has imposed a tight timetable on the Inquiry into the Motor Accident Injuries Bill.

20 Sep 2018

Exposure draft of proposed scheme tabled in the ACT Legislative Assembly. The Exposure draft was referred to the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety Committee.


12 Oct 2018

Written submissions to the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety due.


1 Nov 2018

The Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety Committee is to report to the ACT Legislative Assembly.

What can i do to help?

The ACT’s existing system of compensation provides a fair balance between affordable, compulsory premiums and the effective support of innocent road accident victims. Don’t let the ACT Government destroy our scheme. It is important that your voice is heard. There are several ways you can help:

Call or write to members of the Legislative Assembly. Here are the contact details of the MLAs.

Voice your concerns

Participate in the current review of the legislation by the Standing Committee on Justice and, Community Safety Committee. Write to the Committee and tell them your story.

Write to the Committee