MOT

Cars
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DVSA update: MOTs for cars, vans and motorcycles due from 30 March 2020

What will happen if your car, van or motorcycle’s MOT due date is on or after 30 March 2020, including what you need to do to keep your vehicle safe to drive
Road Safety
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Check your vehicle!

Putting off your MOT to save money in January might be tempting, but alongside carrying out the road safety checks,…

Cars
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New MOT rules for 2020

Since it's introduction in 1968, the MOT test has been millions of tests have been carried out, but new changes are arriving this year
Other
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MOT fail: Drivers wrongly believe test pass guarantees safety

According to a recent survey, 47% of drivers wrongly believe their car will be safe for 12 months when issued…

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216 million miles driven by vehicles without a valid MOT every year

17 per cent of drivers have accidentally driven their vehicle without a valid MOT 216 million miles covered by vehicles…

Other
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Faulty tyres driving cars off the road as a result of failed MOT tests

Motokiki, the UK’s newest independent tyre comparison website has published the results of a Freedom of Information (FOI) request to…