What will happen if your car, van or motorcycle’s MOT due date is on or after 30 March 2020, including what you need to do to keep your vehicle safe to drive.
It really isn't that hard a concept to get...and yet, the wording completely fails to encapsulate what was (presumably) the intent. Someone will notice eventually.That's utterly hilarious. These neutrotypicals just throw new ideas in and don't think about the wording and the ramifications of what they put.
So, basically, cars now have 18 month MoTs ... forever ... do you see why?
Because the legislation for this extension to MOTs is time limited to 12 months. It is a temporary change. Why did you assume it was a permanent change?... and your reason for assuming that is ...?
Legislation will be introduced on 30 March 2020 and will come into immediate effect for 12 months, following a short consultation with key organisations. Drivers will still need to get their vehicle tested until the new regulations come into place, if they need to use it.
Zero contact and a virus contaminated car.My mother-in-law's car MOT is due on 29th March; I booked in with our local Formula One autocentre, they came and collected car, MOT tested it (it passed with no advisories) and brought it back for £27.50 (half price special offer) with zero contact and us not needing to leave the house - fantastic service!
Not at all! I told her to clean the key and wash her hands after putting the paperwork away (which they left on her step). She won't touch the car for at least the next week until she needs to make a shopping trip, and I told her to clean door handles, steering wheel, seat belts, controls and any thing else that might have been touched by the mechanics with a disinfectant wipe before she does use it again.Am I being paranoid?
Because the information presented had no termination date on its effect.Why did you assume it was a permanent change?
Temporary exemption will enable vital services to continue, frontline workers to get to work, and people to get essential food and medicine during the COVID-19 outbreak.www.gov.uk
No, dumbo, because I read what I am presented to read, and it didn't contain that additional 'important' fact.
Are you feeling OK? What’s your temperature?No, dumbo, because I read what I am presented to read, and it didn't contain that additional 'important' fact.
Ergo, I asked a person why they thought that? They answered and satisfactorily presented the additional information to make sense of it.
I understand this sort of logic, where one person has a question and another answers it, is a bit tough for you this time of day. Get off with you to your siesta.