MOT pass by Borg Warner

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Borg Warner
Well of course it did!!!
No advisories either
Dunno why people get so uptight about such trivial matters.

However I do have a NSR tyre slightly out of shape, does it need replacing? Only done 6.5k?

Posted 31 Jan 2012, 11:46 #1 

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:) .

Posted 31 Jan 2012, 11:56 #2 

Mine just passed too am really happy 12 months more on the road and it's getting serviced this week cars not going to know what hit it.


Posted 31 Jan 2012, 13:35 #3 

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Borg Warner
Such a relief, intersting new format for the certificate though?

Just a service in about 3 months to get done now.

Posted 01 Feb 2012, 17:40 #4 

Last edited by Borg Warner on 02 Feb 2012, 10:51, edited 1 time in total.

To a certain extent the certificate is irrelevant - all on a database so the ANPR cameras can easily pick up a car without one. Perhaps only really of use when you sell the car. RFL on line automatically checks insurance and MOT.

The old type also had a security aspect to them, hence upset when a pad was 'pinched'. Does not matter now.

"Don't think of them as problems, think of them as opportunities."
"OK, I think I've hit an insurmountable opportunity!"


Posted 01 Feb 2012, 17:44 #5 

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Excellent result - the MOT on my Tourer is due in a few weeks - which reminds me, I must get around to fixing the 'advisories' on last year's certificate . . . :gmc:

Posted 01 Feb 2012, 18:31 #6