MOT test changes introduced next week could ‘come back to bite’ as motorists risk fines

MOT test changes introduced next week could ‘come back to bite’ as motorists risk fines

This is because it is predicted that five million vehicles have not been tested while analysis shows 33 percent fail on their first test. 

Mr Loughlin warns motorists that their safety could also be at risk alongside financial loss. 

He said: “There is so much going on at the moment that it can be easy to prioritise other areas. 

“However, the cost of inaction can be so much greater, not only financially but also in respect of your safety and that of any passengers.”

Alongside making sure their MOT is in pace, Mr Loughlin has also urged drivers to ensure their vehicle is correctly taxed. 

Published at Tue, 21 Jul 2020 13:52:00 +0000