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The DVSA is suggesting bringing your MOT forward, as exemption chaos looms. 

Car owners have been advised to book early to avoid the chaotic autumn period. 

If your MOT is due in August, September, October or November, the DVSA is urging you to book your MOT in, in good time or even think about pulling it forward. 
 
Due to last years six-month MOT exemption, predictions show that the autumn months are going to be considerably busier than previous years. 

“Last year we issued exemptions to help keep industry moving during the pandemic.
For peace of mind, we are advising vehicle owners with test dates in August, September, October and November to bring their vehicle in for test during May, June or July instead, to avoid the busier months.” – A DVSA spokesperson has said.
 
The earliest date that you can MOT your vehicle is up to one month (minus a day) before the current MOT certificate expires – If you would like to avoid the MOT rush this autumn period, we have appointments available, book now - https://www.quicklane.co.uk/services/mot