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DIY maintenance 'could prevent 1.5m annual MOT failures'


CARS IN Britain are failing 1.5 million more MOT tests than they should, according to new research. Drivers are not keeping on top of defective – but easily replaceable – consumables like light bulbs, windscreen wiper blades and engine oil. Aftermarket warranty provider Warranty Direct has said that basic maintenance by car owners could “slash” the number of recorded MOT failures. Cracks in number plates, badly worn or damaged tyres and even an empty tank of screenwash all rank among the most common reasons for MOT failures, or even refusals to test, and all could be prevented by simple at-home maintenance. The current national MOT failure rate is 39.52%, while the maximum price a garage can legally charge is £54.85. Warranty Direct managing director, David Gerrans, said: “It never ceases to am...

80th Anniversary For Driving Test


TODAY (June 1) marks the 80th anniversary of the introduction of the driving test. Some voluntary tests w...

Driving test turns 80


TODAY marks the 80th anniversary of the introduction of the driving test. Some voluntary tests were condu...

Audi and RAC Target World Record Drive


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Vauxhall Heritage Centre Open Day Celebrates Trio Of Milestones


VAUXHALL will be showcasing its collection of historic cars to the public for one day only on Sunday 14th...

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