Matters of Testing Blog
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- 'Beat the Rush' MOT campaign - 31st July 2020
As demand for MOTs is expected to peak this autumn, we've put a toolkit together for you to help communicate with your customers.
- International Women’s Day: Hayley Pells, MOT Tester and Motoring Clinic Founder - 5th March 2020
To coincide with International Women’s Day on Sunday (8 March), Hayley Pells, owner of Avia Speed Shop in Bridgend, talks about her monthly ‘how to’ vehicle safety clinics for c [...]
- Halloween MOT horror stories - 30th October 2019
Take a look at these ghoulish going ons that some MOT testers have found for us.
- What connected MOT equipment means for you - 5th September 2019
Chris Price talks about why we're introducing connected MOT equipment, how we've worked with industry to develop and test the technology, and why it will be a good thing for MOT garages and [...]
- Improving our guidance about managing an MOT centre - 8th July 2019
We’ve published new guidance about the management systems, policies and checks you need in place at your MOT centre. In this blog post, John Ploughman, Head of Content Design, talks about how th [...]
- A closer look at MOT risk rating - 14th June 2019
Chris Price explains more about the risk rating of garages and testers, and what this means for you. He also looks at future developments of the tool.
- May MOT horror stories - 22nd May 2019
More MOT horrors from testers around the country.
- Making it easier for motorists to replace a lost MOT certificate - 8th May 2019
We’re introducing a service for motorists to print their own lost or damaged MOT certificates. Find out how the change affects MOT testers.
- Spring MOT horror stories - 3rd April 2019
Welcome to another batch of horrors discovered by MOT testers around the country.
- MOT services we’re working on: 9 January 2019 - 9th January 2019
In his latest update, Neil Barlow explains what the MOT service team has been working on.
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