European vehicle inspection group welcomes RMIF

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Steve Coles
Steve Coles

The Retail Motor Industry Federation has joined CITA, the European body for vehicle inspection, in what RMI head of MOT Technical Operations Steve Coles has called: “a full and active role”.

The Federation has been asked to nominate technical experts to join this year’s working groups, which will examine various vehicle inspection topics.

“It is vital that MOT test stations across Britain recognise the importance of these working groups and the effect it could have on vehicle inspection in the future,” Coles said.

Steve Coles and John Ball, The Federation’s MOT chairman will both sit on the CITA working groups to ensure that the interests of their members are taken into account.

The groups will look at safety systems, electronically controlled systems, training, quality and potential harmonisation of standards.

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