£1.8 billion in MOT fees to go for

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Great news to hear that the service, maintenance and repair industry has increased in value to nearly £9 billion in 2011.

That figure excludes the value of MOTs, too, so the pickings are even more rich than this total suggests.

How rich, exactly? Well, that depends on the level of discounting offered in the marketplace says Trend Tracker, author of the report.

Considering there are around 35 million MOTs conducted each year, the £54.85 maximum charge potentially adds up to more than £1.8 billion in test fees alone.

Potentially.

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