Northern Ireland’s MOT lift failures cost £4M in cancelled tests, report finds

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    Lift failures at Northern Ireland’s MOT centres that led to the cancellation of thousands of tests last year cost £3.9m, a report has found. Stormont’
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    Peter Miles
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    £1.8 million to replace 52 ramps comes out at £34,600 per ramp! That can’t be right unless they’re being done.

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    Meat-Head
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    THIS NEW FORMAT IS PANTS, KEEPS EATING STUFF

    I SAID, THEY NOT MADE THE MONEY NOT LOST IT

    AS FOR ABOVE POST. AGREE BE NICE TO HAVE BREAKDOWNS OF THE BILL
    POSSABLE THE REST TO REMOVE OLD LIFT, THEN DISPOSE COSTS
    LANDFILL TAX, ENVIRONMENTAL TAX, INSURANCE, INSPECTORS TAX

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    Dougal
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    Are we expected to believe that 52 ramps all developed faults simultaneously ?
    They obviously did not. If each failure was dealt with as it occurred there would have been minimal disruption of the service.
    It seems that the growing problems were ignored.
    Sounds like poor management.

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