A recent Poll indicated that 76 percent of motorists want to keep the interval for vehicles at first MOT at three years, rather than increasing it to four as proposed by the government. The chief executive Mr Mike Hawes said "The MOT is an essential check on the safety and roadworthiness of vehicles. Extending the first test for cars from three to four years is not what consumers or the industry wants to given the serious risk posed to road safety and vehicles' environmental performance. The latest vehicles are equipped with advanced safety systems but it is still critical that wear and tear items such as tyres and brakes are checked regularly and replaced. We urge government to scrap its plans to change a test system that has played a vital role in making the UK's roads among the safest in the world"
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