We’ve updated the Beat the Rush toolkit for you to help communicate with your customers.
News and updates
To coincide with International Women’s Day on Sunday (8 March), Hayley Pells, owner of Avia Speed Shop in Bridgend, talks about her monthly ‘how to’ vehicle safety clinics for customers.
Chris Price talks about why we're introducing connected MOT equipment, how we've worked with industry to develop and test the technology, and why it will be a good thing for MOT garages and testers.
We’ve published new guidance about the management systems, policies and checks you need in place at your MOT centre. In this blog post, John Ploughman, Head of Content Design, talks about how the guidance has been designed to help you.
Chris Price explains more about the risk rating of garages and testers, and what this means for you. He also looks at future developments of the tool.
We’re introducing a service for motorists to print their own lost or damaged MOT certificates. Find out how the change affects MOT testers.
In his latest update, Neil Barlow explains what the MOT service team has been working on.
Every year, MOT testers do over 30 million MOT tests across Great Britain. We all have a part to play in maintaining and improving the standards of those tests - whether it’s DVSA, MOT managers, MOT testers, or trade associations.
Keeping data about you and the area you work secure is a big priority for us and we want to reduce the risk of fraud.
In his latest update, Neil Barlow explains more about the security improvements we're making, how the new garage risk ratings will work and changes that are being made to the MOT manual.