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- February 2, 2018 at 12:22 pm #151551
Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
The DVSA is calling on test stations to leave feedback on its latest draft of the new MOT inspection manual which is set to come into effect from 20 M
[See the full post at: DVSA calls for more feedback on latest draft of new MOT inspection manual]February 2, 2018 at 1:57 pm #151558
Pat yourself on the back DVSA, all the proposed changes are great! and everybody who’s tied it think it’s great, according to you the DVSA. let’s not kid ourselves the government and the DVSA have their own agenda and it does not matter one jot what the independent MOT testers think they will manipulate the feedback or statistics to suit their own needs! take number plates for instance, we have so many possible failures it takes ten minuets to read them, why cant we have one ( does not comply with BS or statuary design/condition ) simple. What we really need is a union so we can collectively put our own ideas across, or even withdraw labour if required. That might make the DVSA sit up and take note.February 6, 2018 at 3:34 pm #151868
Great, now we have “not bad enough to fail”, “failed” and “very failed” to contend with. That’ll look very clear to the average punter, won’t it?