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Thought some of you might find this useful: The Government has released a new website at MOT-history.net (https://mot-history.net/) where users can check the MoT history of any UK car by simply inputting in the make and registration number.

The site gives detailed information of the car’s MoT history such as the dates of all the previous tests, the MoT test number, the mileage when tested, and most importantly whether the car passed or not.

If the car has failed, the site even tells users what the reasons for failure were. Advisory notices such as worn tyres, brake pads, or corrosion, for example, are also highlighted. This will prove hugely helpful for second hand car buyers, as it will create much-needed transparency between the buyer and seller.

I'm sure we'll find this useful once we start MOT'ing our cars.
 

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Thanks for this nice little tool. It could save a lot of money for people looking at second hand cars.
 
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