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Half of MOT fails could be avoided



DVSA is encouraging motorists to avoid MOT fails by carrying out simple vehicle checks.

The latest MOT testing data for Great Britain shows that around 40% of cars fail their MOT at the first attempt.
Common MOT fails
You can avoid common MOT fails by checking:
lightbulbs are working - 30% of all faults related to lighting and signalling
tyre condition and pressure - 10% of all faults related to tyres
mirrors, wipers and washers - 8.5% of all faults related to Drivers view of the road

Read more advice on how to avoid an MOT
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/reasons-why-your-car-fails-an-mot


Source: DVSA


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