IMI to host webinar on the future of the MOT test

Will take place on Thursday 29 February; register for free ticket

IMI to host webinar on the future of the MOT test
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Following the conclusion of the Department for Transport Consultation (DfT) into the MOT test, the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) is hosting a free webinar to help the aftermarket community explore the findings and discuss the next steps.

The webinar, called ‘Navigating the Future of MOT: Insights, Improvements, and Engagement’, will take place on Thursday 29 February from 12pm until 2pm.

The two-hour session hosted by the IMI will feature the DVSA’s head of policy Neil Barlow and product manager (MOT testing) Simon Smith.

Hayley Pells, policy and public affairs lead at the IMI will also participate in the webinar which is designed to help the sector understand the potential future enhancements to the MOT.

The session will include:

  • An overview of the consultation and vision for the MOT test.
  • Considerations for changes to the MOT test.
  • The role of the IMI and industry perspectives.
  • Panel discussion: shaping the future MOT together.
  • An extended questions and answers session.

The IMI welcomes the government’s commitment to maintaining the first MOT at three years and annual testing thereafter.

This approach aligns with IMI research findings on the importance of regular checks for road safety and vehicle maintenance.

However, the professional body believes it is essential that the MOT undergoes continual review and adaptation to keep pace with rapidly evolving vehicle technologies and environmental considerations and the webinar will provide valuable sector insight for the future.

Click here to register for the event.

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