Coronavirus has forced the DVSA to extend the MOT on vans and other light commercial vehicles (LCVs) for six months.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has suspended MOTs for all heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) and public service vehicles (PSVs).
Despite Brexit, vans of 2.5 tonnes-plus may still have to comply with EU rules, especially when deliveries take them across the border. By Steve Banner
FTA argues only those that fail their MOT should pay for enforcement action.
The BVRLA is urging the Government to reconsider the frequency of tests for some vans in its response to the DfT's consultation on the future of the MOT,
FTA calls on the Government to ensure cost of enforcement against owners of unroadworthy vans is charged to those not complying with the law.
TruckEast has added class 4, 5 and 7 MOT testing to its Thetford servicing facility.
DVSA inspectors have begun conducting truck MOT tests at Newmarket based Mercedes-Benz dealer Orwell Truck & Vans.
MOT failures continue to be a major problem, according to figures released by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
MOT exemptions have been called into question after a crane hire company was fined £700,000 following the death of a driver.
Mercedes-Benz dealer, Midlands Truck & Van has increased its workshop operating hours at its new Dealership in Wolverhampton.
Figures show more than a million vans on the road likely to fail Class 7 test
ATS Euromaster is investing nearly £1 million in its van and LCV MOT facilities.