Don't drive your vehicle without a valid MOT certificate

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Drivers can be fined up to £1,000 for driving a vehicle without a valid MOT certificate or even parking it on a public road. Even worse you could get penalised up to £2,500 if the vehicle is considered to be in a dangerous condition!

Tens of thousands of drivers could face fines following the end of the Covid-19 MOT extension

Following the end of the 6 month MOT extension granted by The Driver and Vehicle Standards Authority (DVSA) to alleviate the pressures off driver's shoulders during the global COIVD-19 pandemic, now is the time to check your vehicles MOT date and its potential likelihood of passing.

With a reported 1 in 10 UK drivers already not knowing when their MOT renewal date is, this statistic will be increased by those that are unaware that the MOT extension period has now ended.

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