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MOT New Rules

MOT New Rules

It's been announced today that the Government are introducing temporary new legislation for vehicle MOT's during these unprecetended times.  The change takes place after 30th March, all vehicles needing an MOT before this time, need to comply by current laws.

This new guidance is for cars, vans and motorcycles.

MOT Due Up To 29th March 2020

What should you do if your vehicles MOT is due upto and including 29th March?  If you are not self isolating, nor have any symptoms and are not classed as vunerable then you should book your vehicle into an open MOT centre to have your MOT issued as normal.

if your MOT runs out while you are self isolating, you should book an MOT test after your period of self isolation has finished.

The Department of Transport are working with insurers and the police to make sure that you are not unfairly penalised for not being able to get an MOT.

MOT Due On or After 30th March 2020

What should you do if your vehicles MOT is due on or after 30th March 2020?  From 30th March 2020, MOT due dates for cars, motorcycles and light vans will be extended by 6 months.  You do not need to take any action to extend the MOT expiry date, this will be done automatically with your MOT expiry date being extended by 6 months.  However, you do need to make sure that you keep your vehicle safe to drive.  More information on this can be found on the Gov.UK website

All information has been taken from the Gov.UK website and is for guidance only, you should ensure that you understand the new legislation which can be found here: 

MOT due from 30th March 2020

MOT due up to and including 29th March 2020

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A = Best Fuel Economy

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Ratings from A-G
A = Best wet weather

NOISE LEVEL noise level

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