Converted commercial vehicle MOT exempt?

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willfromsussex
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Converted commercial vehicle MOT exempt?

Postby willfromsussex » Sun Mar 06, 2016 11:21 pm

I know that electric goods vehicles don't require an MOT test but what about if i convert an ICE van or pickup, of course DVLA will change the fuel type and taxation class but will they change the requirement for it to have to be MOTd? I am guessing one wouldn't be able to tax it if they didn't adjust something to enable that to occur without it being MOTd. Thanks.

Grumpy-b
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Re: Converted commercial vehicle MOT exempt?

Postby Grumpy-b » Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:38 am

If getting the Tax online, and the vehicle has had an mot previously, then the online system will require you to have a valid mot. Regardless of the legal position. You may be able to do something different through a post office. If its a light goods vehicle and conforms to the construction and use requirements, then you should not have to have an MOT. Try contacting DVLA


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