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[title] Truck & Ute Antennas
[description] Browse our range of replacement antennas

When planning your next 4x4 adventure, you must ensure you have taken all the appropriate safety measures to avoid disaster on the road. If you plan to go somewhere remote, a good-quality antenna and radio is not an option; it's a requirement. You might be thinking, "what do I need an antenna for?" Well, an antenna can be the difference between calling in for assistance or winding up stranded in the middle of nowhere.

Modern vehicles don't always come with antennas, but you should still consider adding one to your vehicle to make the most of its safety benefits.


Why do trucks use antennas?

Trucks use antennas when venturing to remote locations and need the added assurance of communication they wouldn't need in the city. Antennas provide reception to other drivers in the area and can be life-saving in times of distress.

What is the difference between different types of antennas?

They say you get what you pay for, and truck antennas are no different, with strength and aesthetics being the most significant differences between models. A heavy-duty fibreglass antenna is the go if you are after a robust antenna that will survive the journey through bush or the desert. We recommend the Uniden ATX970 Heavy Duty Raydome Antenna.

Should I upgrade my truck antenna?

A sturdy truck antenna is designed to be knocked around, but on the odd chance that they do get damaged on the road, they are straightforward to remove and replace. As such, it's  always recommended you do a quick check before you take off on your adventure. If your antenna shows any signs of damage or feels too loose and can't be tightened, it may be worth investing in a new one, even as a backup.