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October 2, 2020 at 12:09 pm #201401Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
The number of MOTs set to expire in October and November is less than originally forecast by the DVSA. Data analysis by GiPA suggests that the number
[See the full post at: MOT demand not as bad as expected thanks to ‘beat the rush’ campaign, data shows]October 2, 2020 at 12:31 pm #201406Anna VincentGuest
I think these figures may be regional, we were down 80% in April and 64% in May so expecting them to come in in October & November!October 2, 2020 at 1:30 pm #201411Graham CoxGuest
interesting ,in this area the good old motoring public are ignoring the mot system and driving round in large numbers with no mot or tax,they are taking advantage of a messed up system with no police intervention to stop them,the amount of cars we see that have run out of test months ago is staggering.October 2, 2020 at 4:52 pm #201417DougalGuest
One might imagine that life for independent MOT stations is being deliberately made difficult to justify a future move of MOT testing to a single nationwide operator.October 13, 2020 at 8:48 am #201985Hugh HoftonGuest
Here at swiftfit Gloucester we seem to have been exceptionally fortunate because a significant amount of our cutomer base had their mots done as normal when due.
Smoothing out any major challenges with not having a mad rush in the last few months, we think that our mot reminder letters helped with this.