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New MOT test for 2012


carver

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Only just seen this http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/legal--motoring-advice/2011-12/new-mot-rules/ and just wondered how many motorists are going to have their car fail because of say a dash board light not working or even a trailer/caravan electrical socket that doesn't work.

A woman I know has been driving for the past few months with the Electronic Stability Control light on even thought it is working so her car will fail.

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interzone55

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spuds

This is the case with Caravan tyres. They're replaced every five years, but mainly because the walls get damaged from being stood for a long time without turning.

My father in law, with his previously mentioned Morgan, jacks the car up and gives the wheels a quarter turn every couple of weeks in the winter when it doesn't get used...

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