AANT Fuel Report
31st May 2013
Fuel prices have long been a contentious issue in the NT and of great concern is the disturbing trend that has emerged over the last two years of ratchet pricing techniques being adopted by the local fuel industry.
Territorians join forces to Demand Better Roads!
29th May 2013
The peak motoring organisation in the Territory, the Automobile Association of the Northern Territory (AANT), has joined a national campaign to Demand Better Roads, saying there must be urgent investment to improve the quality and safety of the roads or more people will continue to die or be seriously injured.
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Fuel price update
26th Apr 2013
With fuel prices getting more focus in the media over the last few days, AANT has released a full page, annotated graph showing wholesale and retail price changes in the ULP market over the last 12 months. The graph clearly demonstrates that the local fuel industry is quick to increase the pump price when wholesale prices rise, yet fail to pass back savings to motorists when available. The use of ratchet pricing by retailers has seen the average margin between Terminal Gate Price and pump prices double over the last 2 years.
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Winner of the Hyundai i20 Competition
13th Feb 2013
Congratulations to Joan from Brinkin who was the randomly selected winner of the "Win a Hyundai i20!" competition.
AANT Fuel Report
20th Sep 2012
The AANT has produced a brief report showing the rising prices and profits of Darwin fuel retailers over the past 3 years.
How Safe Are Our Roads?
19th Jan 2012
The AANT has released the latest report card on Northern Territory’s National Highways, revealing that close to 20 per cent of the network is ranked individually as high-risk.
NT motorists paying too much at the pump!
01st Jun 2011
The AANT is calling on the local fuel industry to pass on savings to motorists in NT. The fuel industry has seen a 9cpl fall in benchmark prices since early May however analysis shows that these savings are not being passed on in a timely manner.
NT Receives the keys to safer driving!
13th Apr 2011
The groundbreaking learner-driver program keys2drive officially becomes national from today, with free lessons now available from professional instructors in NT.