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I need a bit of advice. I am interested in a car, I always check out the mot history before I go ahead, something got me wondering if I should steer clear..
It had an mot in february this year 2019 and it passed, then in august it failed with Rear Tyre has a tear, caused by separation or partial failure of its structure both rear (5.2.3 (d) (ii))
The seller is a dealer
Any advice would be appreciated TIA
Hi Jan. It’s common practice for a dealer to put a used car through an MOT test before selling it to flag up any issues, as they can’t sell a car that’s not roadworthy.
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