Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (Hobart, TAS)
The Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (RACT) was established in 1923 to represent the interests of Tasmanian motorists. Today, as the state’s peak motoring organisation, RACT provides a wide range of motoring services, insurance, tourism and travel products as well as exclusive member benefits. With a vision to enhance life in Tasmania, RACT plays a significant role within the Tasmanian community.
RACT supports electric vehicle adoption by Tasmanians and visitors by offering charging stations in prominent tourist hotspots. Tesla stations are available to vehicle operators in Hobart, Freycinet National Park, Cradle Mountain and Strahan – thereby forming the nucleus of a statewide network of charging stations.
RACT also works closely with the Tasmanian Government and other prominent stakeholder organisations, through the Electric Vehicle Working Group, to better prepare the state for an electrified future.
Visit us on the web at: www.ract.com.au
In person at RACT House, 179-191 Murray St, Hobart, Tasmania
By phone: (03) 6232 6300
The RACT supports the AEVA through corporate membership!