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12/07/2010 07:48:20
ratty
I've owned an run a track only MG for a number of years and enjoyed numerous track days with other marques. I would like to get out on track with other MG's but I'm unsure on the position over the requirement for a current MOT. Is it the case that track only cars are not permitted to join in or that they are allowed subject to scrutineering
12/07/2010 08:38:44
Steve Hill
[quote=ratty]I've owned an run a track only MG for a number of years and enjoyed numerous track days with other marques. I would like to get out on track with other MG's but I'm unsure on the position over the requirement for a current MOT. Is it the case that track only cars are not permitted to join in or that they are allowed subject to scrutineering[/quote] MGoT does not perform scrutineering, we rely upon drivers being responsible for the safe condition of their vehicle. We therefore insist that all drivers declare that their vehicle is fit for usage by stating that it is roadworthy and complies with current MOT legislation or has a valid V5C document if less than 3 years old. This is included in the indemnity form that all drivers must sign. If your car complies then you are OK to drive. Steve Hill Secretary MGoT
12/07/2010 08:58:23
ratty
I can confirm its fit for purpose but getting an MOT would not be feasible due to the changes, does this discount the car from attending?
12/07/2010 12:49:03
Steve Hill
John You have a PM. Steve
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