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Led Tail Light License Plate Holder Bracket For Yamaha Dual Sport Atv Motorcycle on 2040-parts.com

US $14.95
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La Verne, California, US

La Verne, California, US
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McLaren MP4-12C at the 2010 Festival of Speed

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PRE-WAR CARS MAY GET MOT TEST EXEMPTION

Thu, 10 Oct 2013

PRE-WAR vehicles may have their requirement for an annual MoT test removed, it has been suggested. A meeting between Transport Minister Mike Penning and members of the All Party Parliamentary Historic Vehicles Group, led by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, has resolved to address the issue. The extremely low accident rate for such vehicles, the vast majority of which are kept in pristine condition by avid collectors, means there is little need for a MoT test, the group argued.