Money & Banking
Aussies rush to claim refund before September 30 deadline
NSW drivers could be owed up to $120 which could be theirs almost instantly – but time is running out.
The NSW Government is offering a refund scheme on compulsory third party (CTP) green slips for those residing or have their car registered in the state.
If eligible, motorists can claim up to $120, but the deadline is quickly looming as you have till September 30.
So far, the NSW Government have refunded close to $195 million to 3,234,862 policyholders.
Speaking to news.com.au, NSW Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello urged all those eligible to claim their money.
“Vehicle owners have just one week left to claim their refund worth up to $120. Don’t miss out – check your eligibility and claim your money via Service NSW,” he said.
“Any unclaimed money will go back to drivers through reduced Green Slips levies in January 2020.
“The refund is a double win for drivers who are now paying $490 on average for their Green Slips – the most affordable since 2011.”
In order to claim, you’ll need to make sure you have your bank details on hand as well as a MyServiceNSW account.
For more information, visit Green Slip refunds at the State Insurance Regulatory Authority’s website.