Roger Griggs, Communications Director at KwikFit said: “It is concerning to see that people are knowingly or unwittingly driving a vehicle which could pose a danger to them or other road users.
“Allowing a vehicle’s MOT to expire is not only potentially dangerous, there is also the chance of a significant financial penalty and in some cases, it could cost someone their licence.”
He added: “We would encourage drivers who don’t have a note of their expiry date to check it and get it marked in the calendar with plenty of time, to avoid any issues.
“March is a peak month for MOTs and so drivers should book as far in advance as possible to ensure they don’t end up driving illegally.”
Published at Thu, 27 Feb 2020 07:56:00 +0000