Updated on February 5, 2020
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Third Party car insurance, often known as Third Party Property car insurance, protects you from the costs of repairing another person’s property (like their car). Third Party insurance covers you in the event of an accident that is your fault. Third Party car insurance is often the basic level of cheap insurance that drivers with older vehicles or young drivers take out because it is cheaper than comprehensive insurance.
Third Party Car Insurance
Third Party car insurance is not the same as Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance. CTP is mandatory by law for all drivers in Australia and is sometimes included in the registration fee for the car. CTP covers other people if they are injured by you but does not protect you against damaging their vehicle or property.