Open TÜV centers
The UK government has announced that the MOT exemptions will end on July 31st. If your MOT test is due on or after August 1st, you are expected to complete your MOT test as usual.
There are a few exceptions, however. If you isolate yourself or are instructed to protect yourself because you are extremely vulnerable, you will stay exempt and shouldn’t take your car for MOT.
Due to the 6-month exemption, hundreds of thousands of additional TÜV tests will be due by October. In return, drivers are advised to overcome the onslaught and book tests early.
Many repair shops offer pickup and drop-off services to encourage social distancing and avoid unnecessary contact. So there is no reason to be put off by inspecting your vehicle.
As we previously reported, there are currently an estimated thousands of non-roadworthy vehicles on the roads. The return to testing is understandably welcome news for road safety fighters.
If you’re not sure when your test is due, this is the place to check Government MOT status tracker.
Fuel price update
Gasoline prices are up 6p in a month, but freeway stations are now at their lowest level in decades.
Motorway gas stations were one of the most expensive places to refuel in the past. However, a lack of visitors since March has resulted in a postponement. Meanwhile the 4 big supermarkets continue to pass on the biggest savings
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