MOT failure – How to avoid it

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Figures reveal over a third have an MOT failure due to poor maintenance. Around 2.5 million fails could’ve been avoided, if simple checks were made on their car. The most common issue recorded was poorly adjusted head-lights with 976,569 failures, followed by failing brakes with 921,534 fails. Pre-MOT checklist It’s best to check your car […]

MOT Test: Overview of MOT Classes

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In the UK the MOT test for vehicles was introduced as early as the 1960s. Over the years, the program has gone a long way, but the objectives remain the same. The MOT test is aimed at improving the safety standards in the UK with a particular focus on road safety and preservation of lives. […]

Electric Vehicles – is now a good time to buy one?

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Electric vehicles account for a very small proportion of vehicles sales in the United Kingdom. Latest figures from the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that pure electric cars, hybrids and plug-in hybrids make up just 8% of new car registrations nationally. This low figure might well be due to the inadequate […]