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Private bus MOT: reasons for failure in Great Britain (UK) 2007-2017

Reasons for private passenger vehicles (more than 12 seats) failing their MOT tests in Great Britain between 2007/2008 and 2016/2017

by N. Sönnichsen, last edited Jan 25, 2019
Private bus MOT: reasons for failure in Great Britain (UK) 2007-2017 This statistic shows the reasons why passenger vehicles with more than 12 seats failed their MOT tests between 2007/2008 and 2016/2017 in Great Britain. The most common reason throughout this time period, constituting between 16 and 18.5 percent of tests with one or more fail, was irregularities with lights and signalling. Overall, 2013/14 was the year with the highest percentages of vehicles with failed MOT tests. Subsequently, the percentages of vehicles which failed their MOT tests either fell slightly or remained at the same level for all categories, except for 2016/17 when they slightly increased again.
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Reasons for private passenger vehicles (more than 12 seats) failing their MOT tests in Great Britain between 2007/2008 and 2016/2017

Body and structure Brakes Drivers view of the road Driving controls Fuel and exhaust Lighting and signalling Reg plates and vin Seat belts Steering Suspension Tyres
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by N. Sönnichsen, last edited Jan 25, 2019
This statistic shows the reasons why passenger vehicles with more than 12 seats failed their MOT tests between 2007/2008 and 2016/2017 in Great Britain. The most common reason throughout this time period, constituting between 16 and 18.5 percent of tests with one or more fail, was irregularities with lights and signalling. Overall, 2013/14 was the year with the highest percentages of vehicles with failed MOT tests. Subsequently, the percentages of vehicles which failed their MOT tests either fell slightly or remained at the same level for all categories, except for 2016/17 when they slightly increased again.
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