UK government maintains current MOT test frequency

Aftersales and Aftermarket Service

Various aftermarket bodies had argued that changing the test frequency would risk driver and public safety, and will ultimately cost motorists more money

The UK government has agreed to maintain the current Ministry of Transport (MOT) test frequency following a consultation that explored extending the first test from three to four years, according to a press release by the UK aftermarket industry body Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) dated Jan. 25.

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