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The 1980s classic cars that could become MOT-free

Tue, 26 Aug 2014

A change of law in 2012 meant that cars registered before 1960 no longer have to pass the yearly test for roadworthiness known as the MOT.

However, a new EU directive means that, from 2018, this could be extended to all cars more than 30 years old, as long as they haven’t been substantially modified.

Click on to read more about cars over 30-years-old becoming MOT exempt

By Andrew Brady, Motoring Research