What are the top 10 MOT failures?
To help give you a clearer idea of why most vehicles fail their MOTs, here’s the top ten list of the UK's most common failures:
Incorrect headlamp aim
Poor brake performance
Broken registration plate lamps
Sidelights not working
Insufficient tyre tread depth
Worn out windscreen wipers
Faulty brake lights
Broken suspension coil springs
Headlights not working
Lack of windscreen washer fluid
*Honest John 2019
From faulty lights, to low windscreen washer fluid, it’s surprising just how many ways, big and small, a car can fail its MOT.
With this in mind, it’s better to be fully prepared for your MOTs to avoid a future failure.
Now you know the most common causes of MOT failure, check out how you can best prepare for your next MOT by clicking here.