I took my car, today for it’s yearly MOT. And guess what it failed. I have a feeling, that cars, never, never pass a MOT. I can, of course see why it did fail. Below are the main things he failed on.
- The nearside tyre depth was below the requirements of 1.6mm.
- Two of the tyres were, very close to the legal limit.
- The offside front position lamp was not in good working order. I have no idea, what they mean by that.
- The offside side registration piate lamp bulb was not working.
To get all that fixed it, came to £154.19. Which is very, good indeed. I was thinking. It would come to hell, of a lot more then that.
I took my car to a local garage to get it MOTed. Which here in the UK. You have to do every year. It failed, but I had a feeling it would do. It only failed on small things. It just me, just £102.31 to get it to pass.
At long last that’s my car fixed, but it ended up costing me £550 to get it fixed. At first it would have only cost between £250 and £300 to get fixed going by the garage. But it went and failed it’s MOT big time. So it ended up costing me more, then double that I was thinking I would have to pay. At least it’s all fixed now. I will know better, then to go and crash again :).