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Official DVSA guidance on how to request a software code to connect equipment to the MOT testing service has been updated. A DVSA spokesperson said: “[See the full post at: DVSA updates guidance on how to request ‘key’ for connected MOT equipment]
Sounds like hassle, the boss is the only person with access to that email
Account, he/she is on their 6th holiday of the year, currently on a yacht in the gulf of mekkico With no internet access.
As for the ‘key’ does each machine store it?
What happens if machine fails?
If everything is connecting by Bluetooth® can be hacked
Just for reference the new electronic passports were hacked on day of release!
If Bob Marley comes along and starts jamming, does test get stopped?
Also on MOT history don’t show brake results anyway!
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