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Do Classic Cars Need An MOT Check? Check Now

Kwik Fit | Friday 22nd January 2021 9:05am

Morris Minor classic cars lined up in a row

New regulations state that a classic car doesn't need an MOT until it's older than 40 years, but there are some exceptions. Kwik Fit has all the information.

Motorway driving

| Monday 18th January 2021 11:50am

Motorway lanes

Over a third of UK drivers are reluctant to drive on the motorways. For nervous or confident drivers, check out our top safety tips for motorway driving.

Why It Pays To Check Your Tyres Before Your MOT

| Wednesday 13th January 2021 9:15am

MOT Test Front Of Car

Regular tyre checks could prevent up to 27% of all car MOT check failures. Find out what pre-MOT checks can get your tyres ready for the test.

MOT Woes For Drivers With Faulty TPMS - New MOT Criteria

Kwik Fit | Friday 8th January 2021 11:05am

Flat tyre with TPMS warning

As many as 20,000 MOT's have been failed due to faulty TPMS since new checks were added to the MOT test criteria last year. Find out how to avoid common faults.

Looking ahead to 2021: what's coming in the motoring world?

Bradley Jando | Tuesday 22nd December 2020 11:05am

Futuristic Car Dashboard and Centre Console

While we canít predict exactly whatís going to happen, here's some news on whatís in store for 2021 in the motoring world.

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