MOT ‘SPIKE’ REACHES PEAK ACCORDING TO DVSA DATA

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The spike in MOT tests brought about by the six month extension introduced at the start of the pandemic is about to, or has already reached it’s peak according to data released by DVSA.

MOT COVID-19 Extensions as of November 4

Following on from previous forecasts, the DVSA has now produced the figures for November and a forecast for December, broken down by postcode, to help understand how demand will vary by area.

READ: November 2020 MOT volume forecast

READ: December 2020 MOT volume forecast

This data was shared by DVSA with trade body IAAF to help everyone plan to manage the likely workload.

 

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