Under the Earned Recognition, operators in the green band for the OCRS roadworthiness with 50 or more roadworthiness events and a calculated roadworthiness base score of 1.3 or lower on 27 July 2020; will get a year’s MOT exemption.
For more details; please read the following article.
As the country slowly lifts the restrictions brought about by Covid-19, Mandatory MOT tests are to resume as of the 1st August 2020.
To clarify, any driver with an MOT due before 1st Agust 2020 will still receive a 6-month exemption to help alleviate the backlog created by the pandemic. However, all vehicle must continue to be kept in roadworthy condition; with people allowed to voluntarily get their MOT sooner should they wish.
For full details on this, please review this Gov.uk article link here.
You can now book a lorry, bus or trailer annual test (MOT) for the 4th July 2020. Your deadline will have moved based upon when the original date was due during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Details can be found at this link.
The Government has published two articles of guidance regarding MOT’s for Cars, Vans & Motorbikes.
Notably, there will be a 6-month extension is light of Covid-19.
If you MOT is due before 30th March 2020, then follow this link.
If your MOT is due after 30th March 2020, then follow this link.
As of 21st March 2020, and lasting for three months there after; any lorry or trailer requiring an MOT test within this period will automatically be issued an exemption as the Government brings in steps to keep the economy moving.
For more details, please read the article at this link.
For further information, please review this link for the DVSA Gov.uk website.