Brits may delete annual MOT for purchasing power

The UK government may be pulling out some special means to boost purchasing power. The MOT, the UK equivalent of our MOT, may become mandatory every two years rather than annually.

As in the Netherlands, older cars in the United Kingdom must be inspected every year. The ‘MOT test’, popularly called simply MOT, checks the roadworthiness, emissions and safety of cars. Such an inspection costs 55 pounds, converted €65, but of course the bill can rise further if defects are found. Grant Shapps, who is responsible for Transport within the Johnson government, has proposed making this a biennial inspection. Sky News reports that. That could be one of the measures to protect the purchasing power of the British. Purchasing power has also been hit hard in the UK due to, among other things, the high …

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