Will my car fail the MoT is I refuse to have the brake fluid changed?

Will my car fail the MoT if I do not have the brake fluid changed, which the garage is requesting?

Asked on 27 April 2020 by Clive Walker

Answered by Dan Powell
Only if the brake fluid is visibly contaminated. In this case, the car will achieve a Major defect and fail the MoT.
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