The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has said that both motorists and residents can benefit from using fuel price data.
MotorMouth has called on the NT government to explain its reasoning behind plans to replicate the pre-existing fuel price information service.
Natives of the Apple Isle have seen prices jump as much as 20cpl, with expectations of a continued rise to as much as 140cpl in the near future.
RAA calls for NSW-style legislation to compel fuel retailers to report their fuel prices in real-time.
MotorMouth launches combined fuel type search options for E10/Unleaded 91 and Diesel/Premium Diesel.