New proposals shake things up in the world of MOTs

With new proposals from the government set to shake things up in the world of MOTs, Motorparks aim to help drivers facing their car’s MOT in the upcoming weeks or months. As we have always known it, a new vehicle is safe to drive on the roads for up to three years without requiring a MOT test – but as the new rules come into play, new cars will now be able to drive up until four years without a MOT certificate.

Transport Minister Andrew Jones pointed out: “We have some of the safest roads in the world and MOT tests play an important role in ensuring the standard of vehicles on our roads.”

“New vehicles are much safer than they were 50 years ago and so it is only right we bring the MOT test up-to-date to help save motorists money where we can.”

Motorparks have produced a visual graphic to help drivers keep the costs down of their MOT test by providing advice on some essential pre-MOT checks to carry out on the following components:

The checklist will help you improve your chances of passing your MOT first time. It’s worth a look to potentially save you some pennies…