DVSA MOT Compliance Survey A recent report by What Car? revealed that the DVSA MOT Compliance Survey (2019-2020) found that one-in-seven (13.58%) vehicles that passed their MOT should have failed – equating to more than 2.9 million vehicles on UK roads. In total, the DVSA disagreed with the test outcomes[…]
Holy Sith, Star Wars Day is upon us again! As well as Star Wars references, May the 4th brings a new MOT training year, and a chance to reflect and prepare for the battle that lies ahead. As restrictions are lifted, newly empowered Stormtroopers from The Empire are marching towards[…]
April 1st usually marks the start of a new annual DVSA training and assessment year. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the DVSA have allowed the 2020-21 year to be extended by 1 month with the deadline now set to 30th April 2021.
It’s almost the end of yet another DVSA Training and Assessment year – except this time it’s unlike any we’ve had before (for a lot of testers). April 30th marks the end of the 5th year of training and assessments, which also means that for the majority of testers, they’ll[…]
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[…]
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[…]