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RMI wants industry to be heard on MoT changes

The Retail Motor Industry (RMI) is urging its members to participate in an online survey to voice their opinions on the importance of the MoT test and to highlight any issues with a reduction in the regularity of testing.

The survey is open to responses now until September 24.

The research survey, which is internet based and completely anonymous, opens just a week after the RMI met with Transport Minister, Mike Penning, to discuss the forthcoming review of the MoT.

RMI MoT chairman John Ball said: “It has received virtually no publicity but is aimed at all EU citizens and those organisations affected by vehicle testing, including test stations and their staff.”



The RMI believes there are in the region of 100,000 jobs in the UK in front line testing alone.

Ball said: “This is a great opportunity for the UK trade to make a positive impact.”

The survey can be found at the below link:
http://ec.europa.eu/yourvoice/ipm/forms/dispatch?form=roadworthiness

 

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