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24-hour Road Assistance


Fuel Prices

United Fuel sign

AANT continues to advocate for fair fuel prices for all Territorians. That’s our commitment to you. Check out MotorMouth for daily fuel prices throughout the Territory. Members take another 6c off United Fuel prices.

Approved Repairers

Mechanic under car

We strongly recommend the services of AANT Approved Repairers to members and non-members. Approved Repairers guarantee their workmanship, maintain fair pricing, equipment standards and qualifications, and agree to follow the RAA Code of Practice.

Battery Service

AANT Batteries

Time for a new battery? Talk to AANT’s battery specialists about the right battery for your car, 4WD, campervan, golf buggy or boat. We can install roadside, or shop at one of our AANT Battery Stockists.


Road Safety

10.3 Sober Bob

AANT is committed to safety for all NT motorists. Learn more about our challenge to open speed limits on Territory roads, road safety programs such as Who’s Your Sober Bob, and range of approved child restraints.

Driving Overseas

5.0.5 Driving in NZ

Territorians love to travel and savvy travellers love AANT. We offer international driver permits, travel insurance, car and campervan rental, discount holiday ticketing and travel goods available online or in-store.

BOD number plate

Commemorative BOD number plates

As part of Territory Remembers, the NT Government is proud to release 999 sets of commemorative BOD vehicle number plates. The Territory Remembers program commemorates the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Darwin and aims to increase awareness of the Territory’s involvement in WWII. The plates are on sale until 27 February 2017 at a cost of $150 with all proceeds donated to Legacy NT. To order, please call AANT 08 8925 5901 or visit AANT on the corner of Knuckey St and Smith St Mall, Darwin.


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    Flipped out

    A total of 2524 people were involved in motor vehicle accidents in the NT between January 1996 and December 1997, with 1519 (60%) suffering injury or death. The resulting incidence of hospitalisation was 240.6 per 100 000 NT population per year (not all injured people were admitted), with a fatality rate of 36.5 per 100 […]
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    Deadliest Highway

    The 2013 AusRAP Star Ratings Report identified 225km section of the Stuart Hwy, between Darwin and Pine Creek as one of the deadliest and most “high risk” highways in the country. The report also showed that over 50% of the Stuart Highway in the Northern Territory rated only 1 or 2 stars. Between 1 and 5-stars are awarded to road links depending […]
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    Is E10 Better?

    Results of studies conducted around the world on emissions outcomes and performance of 10% ethanol blends (E10) are often contradictory. Emissions from ethanol blended fuels vary markedly between different ethanol blends and different vehicle technologies. Within the Australian context, the use of E10 has been found to result in: Decreased emissions of carbon monoxide (CO) […]
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