A White Paper is out to start the process, which could make the first MOT on vehicles 4 years from date of registration. Safety groups say death rates will rise and cases of serious injury will increase as a result. Our MOT station sees vehicles 3 years old with tyres down to the cords, lights out, brakes below minimum performance levels and seatbelts that will not fasten – and those are just a few of the faults. All can cause an accident.
Support the call for staying, as we are, 3 years by emailing MOT411consultation@eftgsi.gov.uk. This country has a good MOT test, but it must remain at 3 years from date of registration.
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