MOT

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  1. busby

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    Happy, Van passed mot today. Third year with no advisories. Not bad for an old Peugeot with 140000 miles on the clock and has taken us to Spain twice a year since we owned her.
     
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    :Smile: well done shows you are looking after your van :Smile:
     
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    Or it shows the MOT guy is not looking at your van
    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Mine has just failed for the third year in a row. This is the third year that £1,000 needs to be spent on it. One of these years I will get a clean pass, probably after everything has been replaced.
     
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    I think the previous owner of my van had the same trouble, cant believe some of the old repair bills.
     
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    My MOT runs out on the day the warranty runs out, so i will take it in 1 month before with the current ticket which will give me 13 months MOT and its the same dealer I bought it off, so if it fails, he fixes :thumb:
     
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    I like that.:Smile:
     
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    In yer dreams me thinks
    I dont know of any warranty, dealer or otherwise that will cover Mot failure fair wear and tear items.
    As these items are mainly what the MoT is all about, and are excluded from all warranties iv'e ever seen
    Geo
     
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