My car has failed its MoT on one rear fog light not working - can it pass with just one?

My car has failed its MoT as there is only one rear fog light working. Does my Rover 75 have one or two rear fog lights?

Asked on 13 September 2019 by Bret

Answered by Dan Powell
If one fog light is still working then your car will have failed because the mandatory lamp fitted to the offside is faulty. A nearside rear fog lamp is not testable and can’t be failed.
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