The 1980s classic cars that could become MOT-freeTue, 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.
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By Andrew Brady, Motoring Research