MOT change means millions of UK drivers face £1,000 fine!
Drivers across the UK are being warned they face a £1,000 fine if they don’t get ahead of a huge MOT backlog.
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic last year, the MOT exemption was introduced as garages were forced to close amid lockdown.
As a result, there are an increased number of vehicles which must pass an MOT test in September.
Cars, motorcycles and vans were given a six-month extension between May and July last year during the first lockdown and as a result more vehicles will find that their MOT is up within the next few months.