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April 9, 2021 at 7:09 am #210739Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
Some 3.8 million British motorists – equivalent to one in ten UK drivers – have hit the road without a valid MOT over the last year, new research from
[See the full post at: 3.8 million motorists admit driving without an MOT in the past year]April 9, 2021 at 7:43 am #210741graham coxGuest
when is the penny going to drop ?
the average car driver avoids going to the garage if possible to avoid any costs
so many times people have had bad service/repairs and this is because our industry needs regulation and a strict set of standards
so those of us that do the job correctly for a sensible price can get some confidence back into our trade
prime example halfords advert on the tv they are very good at advertising but generally speaking there workshop practices are somewhat borderline and there staff tend to be tyre fitters that can not make the grade in a well run independent or dealer ship
customers go there car gets poor service garage trade suffers time and time again
this industry needs a kick up the arse and removing the bad places and regulating the good it is the only way forwardApril 9, 2021 at 9:11 am #210742Julie PirieGuest
Its the same with road tax we know someone who has been driving without road tax for almost 12 months and we have reported it many times DVLA and the police are not interested