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24-hour Road Assistance

Standard Membership

We’ll get you back on the road

AANT Standard membership offers traditional roadside assistance to get you back on the road or, if that’s not possible, arrange for your vehicle to be towed. You will receive up to eight call-outs per year, including free towing up to 8km in the Metropolitan Patrol Service area or up to 32km back to the nearest available Country Service Depot. Wherever you are in Australia, you will receive reciprocal services through affiliated motoring clubs in all states and territories, up to the limit of that organisation’s standard road service entitlements.


8 Call-outs Per Annum

Two young women standing beside broken down car at nightWith Standard membership you have up to eight call-outs per year. You’re in safe hands. Our qualified mechanics know the roads and driving conditions, and 9/10 times we’ll get you back on the road.

Free Towing

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With Standard membership, you are eligible for up to 8km free standard towing in the Metropolitan Patrol Service area and up to 32km back to the nearest available Country Service Depot.

Additional Family Members

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Families, friends and new drivers can save by joining AANT under one primary membership. Groups of two or more will save $10 off and pay no joining fee for each additional member (max. 6 per group).

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    NT Fuel Prices

    Hot on the tail of news that Darwin had the cheapest petrol in Australia yesterday (June 15, 2016) it’s interesting to have a look at fuel prices in the Territory compared to this time last year. Based on AAA data (Copyright© FuelTrac Pty Ltd) in April 2015 Darwin averaged 136 cents per litre at the […]
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    Child Restraints

    AANT sell a range of approved child restraints, in-store at the AANT Traveller’s Shop on the corner of Knuckey St & Smith St Mall, Darwin. (Online shop coming soon.) When purchasing a child restraint, look for the Australian Standards symbol. All child restraints sold in Australia must meet the strict requirements of AS/NZS1754 which sets the minimum requirements […]
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    Petrol Explained

    With so many different fuels appearing on the market it can be difficult to understand what they mean. It is best to check your vehicle handbook to determine what type of petrol is recommended for your car, however here is a quick guide. ULP Unleaded Petrol (ULP) usually has a Research Octane Number of 91 to […]
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