Will my car fail its MoT because a door mirror indicator doesn't work?

My 2010 Hyundai ix35 has indicators in the door mirrors. One has failed. Does this mean that the car will fail its next MoT?

Asked on 14 October 2019 by Peter McKenzie

Answered by Dan Powell
As well as an indicator, all cars built after 1 April 1986 must have a side repeater (indicator lamp) on each side. For many modern cars, this is built into the door mirror.

The only exception to this rule is indicators (at the front) that are visible from the front and side.
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