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Once a car is three years old it needs to have its first MOT. An MOT stands for Ministry of Transport test and is required in order to ascertain that a vehicle meets certain minimum standards that will keep the driver and other road users safe and sound while driving. The authorities stress that this is a standard that all vehicles should meet all the time, it should not be thought of as a standard that is met only in order to pass the test before the vehicle is allowed to lapse into a poorer condition. Continue reading →

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The maintenance of your car tyres is vital for the safety, performance and efficiency of your vehicle. Tyre failure is the cause of countless accidents every year so keep yourself protected and make sure your tyres are fully functional, keep on top of your tyres by checking them regularly. Continue reading →

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We need our vehicles to get us to work in the morning and to get the kids to school every day; put simply, if your car broke down or was off the road for any length of time, your daily life would grind to a sudden and rather unpleasant halt. Continue reading →

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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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BJ Banning offer servicing and MOT tests on all vehicles at competitive prices.

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We now stock a range of tyres including known brands: Avon, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Goodyear, Michelin, Pirelli, Toyo,  Vredestein,  Yokohama,  TSW (wheels)

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