Transport Accident Commission
The TAC was set up in 1986 and is owned the VIC Government.
Its role is to promote road safety, to pay for treatments and benefits for people who got injured in transport accidents and to improve Victoria's trauma system.
The funding for these functions comes from vehicle registration payments, made by Victorian motorists.
As the TAC is a non-fault scheme, medical payments will be made regardless of who caused the accident.
However funds are used fairly and responsible to ensure TAC can meet the needs of injured people who need a lifetime care.
For more information about the TAC and on how to make a claim, please visit our website.