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Minor MOT faults A 'minor' fault would be considered as one where the problem does not cause an immediate safety risk but should be rectified soon. This is very similar to the existing system whereby an advisory is given to items that the driver should be aware of and may cause a future MOT test failure if not addressed. A MOT certificate will still be issued if a vehicle only has minor faults. Example: All vehicles manufactured since 1971 must have a minimum of 2 brake lights (or stop lights) at the rear of the vehicle. If a vehicle has three brakes lights and one is not functioning, the vehicle will receive a Minor defect on the MOT. Major MOT faults A 'major' fault is more serious, poses a potential safety risk to drivers and others. It could also be a defect that has a damaging impact on the environment. These faults will result in a MOT failure and the owner will not be issued with an MOT test pass certificate until the issues have been rectified. Example: Using the same vehicle a

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