In a recent survey of 4,200 drivers more than nine in ten believed that the MOT should stay as it is.

According to the research , 92 per cent of drivers believed that used cars should be tested annually on road-safety grounds, rather than every two years, as under EU regulations. It also found that 93 per cent did not believe that the cost of the annual MOT was an unnecessary burden on motorists.

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