Is my car MoT exempt?

I wondered if there has been any update on the mot exemption rules yet?

Is it still pre '60 cars only or is it due to change?

Asked on 30 January 2017 by Jim

Answered by Keith Moody
We're still waiting to hear back from the Government on this. The consultation ran from September to November so we're expecting to hear anytime now. So, currently, the MoT exemption only applies to cars built before 1960. You can read more about the proposals here:
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