|View single post by martins|
|Posted: Sat Dec 13th, 2008 09:24 pm||
|Welcome to the MOT Testing Forums
This forum was set up in May 2006, by MOT Testing Magazine, as a forum for MOT professionals to discuss matters relating to the UK MOT Test, and to assist motorists with MOT queries.
Whether you are an MOT Authorised Examiner, MOT Tester or member of the public, you will probably find the answer to your MOT-related question here.
The MOT Testing Forums now attract over 23,000 visitors a month, generating over 200,000 page views.
Using the forum is very simple.
Firstly, you could try using the 'Search' box above - this will bring up any previous topics which might cover your topic or question.
Type in a word or short phrase ie 'emissions failure on Renault Laguna', click the 'Search' button and then click on the list which comes up. If nothing is found, you might try simplifying your search ie: 'emissions'.
If you still don't find what you are looking for, post a question in the relevant section. You will need to register first. Registering is simple and quick - just click on Register and follow the instructions.
(The instructions below apply once you have Registered).
To post a question, select the appropriate Category: Public (to ask a question about your car passing or failing the MOT' or Trade (if you are in the trade and want to discuss trade matters with others in the trade), technical is for Trade Members only,
Then select the Forum which best matches your topic or question (ie Pass or Fail) and click on the 'New Topic' button.
Type in a Subject, a Description, then type out your message, preview and edit if necessary and click on the Send button.
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