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A third of UK drivers have let their MOT lapse

New research reveals that around 11 million UK motorists have let their car's MOT lapse beyond its expiry date.
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Revealed: The biggest MOT myths

New research shows 20 percent of motorists have driven a car without a valid MOT certificate. We reveal the biggest MOT test myths.
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MOT tests in Northern Ireland have been suspended

All MOT tests in Northern Ireland have been suspended, effective immediately, after 48 of 55 lifts inspected in test centres were found to be unsafe.
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Half a million cars have a late MOT test in January

Figures released by the DVSA show that last January, half a million cars had a late MOT. And more than 70,000 failed the test with a dangerous fault.
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UK drivers too scared to get their car serviced

Drivers are put off getting their car serviced over fears of unexpected problems and big bills. Motorists are also paying hundreds of pounds to pass an MOT.
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Halloween horrors: frightful MOT failure finds

Halloween approaches and as we carve our pumpkins and begin dressing up, it’s worth considering the real-life horrors MOT testers face year-round
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Offensive MOT advisory notice 'completely unacceptable'

An offensive MOT advisory note from 2015 has been labelled "completely unacceptable" by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
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'Problem area' for car MOT failures in Scotland

An investigation into where most MOT failures occur in the UK shows four towns in northern Scotland all come in the bottom 10 places.
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The cars most and least likely to pass an MOT

New figures have revealed the UK’s MOT test winners and losers
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A shocking 7 IN 10 cars are running worn brakes or tyres

New DVSA data shows seven in 10 cars on the road have brakes or tyres that would warrant an MOT advisory.