Running a car can be a costly affair if you don’t plan ahead and keep up to date with key changes to the law such as the new MOT test.
(PRWEB UK) 22 March 2013
The latest round of new MOT test rules came in to play on 20th March 2013 which could see thousands of cars failing the annual test for reasons unbeknown to car owners.
Areas of concern are faulty dashboard warning lights, broken drivers seats and other minor faults. The unexpected failure of an MOT test can be stressful and lead to unforeseen expenses that car owners didn’t budget for.
The new strict rules have come in to bring Britain in to line with the rest of the European Union.
The AA have already expressed their concerns ahead of the changes and Car Loan 4U Co-Director Ryan Dignan is on side:
“Running a car can be a costly affair if you don’t plan ahead and keep up to date with key changes to the law such as the new MOT test.
“If you see something wrong with your car, even if it’s just a dashboard light that has gone out, you could now find yourself failing the MOT test.
“The test is still required to be taken annually for vehicles aged 3 years and older and that is a really good thing. As new cars become more technically advanced and jam-packed with features, there is more that could go wrong. So it’s imperative that safety standards are maintained to the highest level.”
Motorists looking to get their hands on a new or used car might want to consider their car finance solutions and as leading car finance providers, Car Loan 4U can help provide expert advice before, during and after the application process.
Car Loan 4U offers a wide range of car finance deals regardless of the customer’s history or circumstances to give a fast decision on loan applications for new cars, which can be underwritten, approved and paid in just 30 minutes.