Mot Exemption May be Revoked at Any Time

From 30th March 2020, for 1 year, the Government will issue a 6 month MOT exemption. MOT vehicle tests will not be required for 6 months.

Our sources tell us this policy may be revoked at any time. Once lockdown is over it offers a glimmer of hope for struggling MOT garages to be able to get back on their feet.

This policy will be put in place for the next 12 months but will remain in place only if necessary. How will this work?

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DVSA Updates: TQI Guidance for MOT Managers

TQI Guidance for MOT Managers

In October 2018, the DVSA published new MOT TQI Guidance for MOT managers explaining what information MOT testers and managers should regularly check.

It’s now a requirement that testers need to understand more about how to read their TQI data. The DVSA’s official guidance below explains how to view and interpret MOT test quality information and test logs for managers.
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MOT Tools and Equipment – Preparing for a site visit

MOT tools and equipment and tools need to be kept in order.  Here is our advice on how to keep prepared for a site visit

Barry Babister from MOT Juice provides guidance on how you should prepare your MOT  for the inevitable DVSA site review with regards to your MOT tools and equipment.

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Diesel emissions testing info

MUST READ: Diesel Emissions Testing Info

This week we are taking a look at the smoke limits for Diesel vehicles.

We will also be taking a look at the Euro emissions for Diesel and Petrol cars.

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