Due to cancelled MOTs my company vehicles cannot go on the road and I have no alternative work for my employees, what can I do?Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A NI on 4 February 2020
This impact of this problem should now be significantly reduced due to the issuance of exemption certificates for vehicles over four years old. Even if your company vehicles are four years old and therefore fall in to the unfortunate gap, they will be prioritised when re-booking MOTs, so you should ensure that you do not delay re-booking the tests, particularly as three MOT lifts have now re-opened in Northern Ireland. Some businesses are also considering booking MOT tests in Stranraer to ensure that their vehicles continue to be road-worthy.
As it would be unlikely that all company vehicles will fall within the gap along with the fact that more testing lifts are beginning to re-open,
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