MOT demand not as bad as expected thanks to ‘beat the rush’ campaign, data shows

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    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
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    Anna Vincent
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    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!

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    Graham Cox
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    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.

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    Dougal
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    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.

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    Hugh Hofton
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    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.

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