Road Safety Wales has been established to create 'unity from diversity' by developing and substaining co-operation and interaction between all key partners across Wales and/or agencies with the responsibility for road safety promotion.
To further casualty reduction through collaborative working.
The MOT test will change on 20 May 2018, with new defect types, stricter rules for diesel car emissions, and some vehicles over 40 years old becoming exempt. The changes will affect cars, vans, motorcycles and other light passenger vehicles in England, Scotland and Wales – the MOT Test works differently in Northern Ireland.
There are 5 main changes you need to know.
1. Defects will be categorised differently
Defects found during the MOT will be categorised as either:
The category the MOT tester gives each item will depend on the type of problem and how serious it is. MOT testers will ...
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