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Why you need to register for the Ministry of Transport early this year

DRIVE was given an extension by the MOT in 2020, but that has now run out, causing a backlog of motorists who need one.

With an increasing number of motorists scheduled to visit the MOT, it’s best to have your vehicle inspected as quickly as possible.

The MOT is an essential part of keeping your car safe on the road

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The MOT is an essential part of keeping your car safe on the roadCredit: Getty

A test of the Ministry of Transport needs to be done on every medium, every year.

Failure to do so could result in a £1,000 fine and could endanger other drivers on the road.

MOT determines if your car is safe to drive on the road and if it fails your garage will suggest what needs fixing so it can pass the next MOT.

You can renew your MOT up to one month (minus one day) before your MOT date.

For example, if your MOT is due on April 15, you can extend it from March 16 and keep the April 15 extension for the following year.

If you want to renew your MOT earlier, then yes, but your renewal date for next year will change to the new date.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the government has announced a four-month extension to the MOT, extending from March 29 to July 31, 2020.

Motorists have been warned by the end of 2021 to register their MOT as soon as possible due to the extension period.

There is a backlog of 12 million Ministry of Transport from September to December, in 2021.

Chris Lunn, Category Manager at Halfords Autocentres said: “Following the MOT contract extension announced by the government on March 29, 2020, we have seen a significant shift in bookings. MOT’s seat throughout 2021 when nearly nine million motorists are extended 6 months from the expiration date of the MOT. .

“This means unprecedented demand from September to December 2020 and 2021.

“While this is slowly returning to pre-pandemic levels, January through March is still a really busy time of year with April to May being quieter.”

Many garages expect the backlog to continue until 2022, but not just because of the four-month grace period.

Garage garages are struggling with staffing levels just to accommodate people who are sick and quarantined due to the coronavirus.

“We always recommend that customers have a plan before booking their MOT,” says Chris.

“About 70% of our clients book appointments just a week in advance and this can lead to disappointment.

“Customers should also be aware that bookings will be busier from July, so it may be better to book a few weeks before expiration.

“Remember, you can sign up for MOT one month minus one day before it expires and still reserve your renewal date.”

Getting caught without your MOT can result in a police warning and a request to arrest you as soon as possible.

It’s always wise to keep your car up to MOT standards to avoid a £1,000 fine.

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