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Self-drive at record numbers, but there are risks

 

 

But there are risks, says the NT Cattlemen's Association: Visitors are not used to encountering road trains. Overnight campers need to be careful with campfires and take their rubbish with them.

Tourist complains about LPG Autogas price: town lobbies don't seem to give a hoot

UPDATE Saturday Aug 4 at 09:40am

The Alice Springs News Online has received information from a fuel retailer which seems to contradict assertions that it are the service stations which are ripping off the public.

 

UPDATE Friday Aug 3 at 11:30am

Alice Springs fuel retailers are continuing to line their pockets with record margins, showing no concerns for the public by failing to pass on available savings.
This is the view of Edon Bell, the General Manager of the Automobile Association of the NT which has more than 20,000 members.

 

POSTED Thursday Aug 2 at 11:46am

A self drive tourist visiting Alice Springs is outraged that he was charged in Alice Springs double what he is used to pay in Adelaide for LPG Autogas. He wrote to the Alice Springs News Online and we passed his concerns to the town council, the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Central Australia. It seems they couldn't care less. ERWIN CHLANDA comments.

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