BR 3 car pacer. 10 litre turbo diesel
It's been announced that a new car or motorcycle won't need a MOT, until it's 4th birthday. The article I read didn't say when it would start
I agree, I'm dreading when Mitzy has her first MOT next year what the defects will be. The roads in south yorkshire are terribleand knowing what the state of some of the cars that come into ourselves for MOT are in, suspension wise and they have an MOT every year, three years before a check seems an awfully long time never mind four years.wellinever said:If it's not broke why mend it? In fact, I'd be in favour of reducing it to two years having seen the state of some of them on the road today.
I trust they have no intention of copying that on the mainland.I suppose one tiny benefit with electric cars is that they shouldn't require an MOT as often (no emissions to test)
I see Northern Ireland is consulting on changing the MOT to a 2 year cycle instead of every year. I'll drink to that!
Biennual MOT testing proposed for Northern Ireland