Why investing in a class 7 MOT bay could mean extra profits

Review of MOT market highlights reasons to spend more on your MOT bay to enjoy the higher profits of class 7 testing

Why investing in a class 7 MOT bay could mean extra profits
Long-term member of the GEA, Boston is a manufacturer and supplier of high-quality vehicle workshop equipment, operating its own MOT test premises with authorised examiners.

Just one in four premises can test class 7 vehicles, according to recent DVSA figures.

What’s more, 47 per cent of class 7 vehicles initially fail the test, compared to just 37 per cent for class 4 vehicles.

At year three, the average mileage for a van is 70,000 miles compared to 32,000 for a car.

It’s these figures and a generally better margin that’s prompting industry experts to suggest that testing class 7 is an attractive option.

This article first appeared in GW Views, click here to continue reading and find out why investing in a class 7 MOT bay could mean extra profits…

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