I have just sold my Nissan Leaf 30kwh to our son. On completing the MOT it was discovered that the main beam offside headlamp has never been connected - the connector was bent at about 180 degrees so it has never worked. Of course the fault begins in the Nissan factory, but it was serviced after a year by a Warrington main Nissan dealer who did not notice the problem, and a year later by a Chester main Nissan dealer who again did not notice the main beam was not working! Aren't they supposed to check the aim of the lights on the second service? We pay a large amount for servicing which is mainly checks. If these are not done properly it is a waste of money. Should we be pressing for main dealers to cancel incentive schemes for their mechanics based on the number of cars serviced and replace them with incentives for completing the job properly?