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June 4, 2021 at 6:48 am #213544Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
Automotive consultancy, Fourmative has reported a widespread poor practice when it comes to MOT quality control checks and has warned garage owners th
[See the full post at: Lack of quality control checks widespread despite threat of DVSA sanctions, experts warn]June 4, 2021 at 9:10 am #213581John ShippGuest
Surprise, surprise. Once again we have another report highlighting deficiencies in the motor trade carried out by yet another company that has a vested interest in selling their services and ‘expertise’ in resolving the issue.
It’s about time MOT testing centres woke up and started charging the maximum price for an MOT instead of undercutting themselves. Then, maybe, they would be able to afford to employed reputable firms with a proven track record to carry out the required quality control checks on their MOT centre and maintain the high standards that are required by the Ministry.
It would also be helpful were garages have felt they have been let down by companies who provide these services, that we see articles highlighting their deficiencies in Garage Wire.June 6, 2021 at 5:49 pm #213635Meat-HeadGuest
Rumor states in the next town guy who is imi approved sells cars from his garage, the boss no longer lets his workers mot sales cars as they fail them
On too many things. Boss does them. Cheaper if he does them