It is important to note that most vehicles which are exempt from plating and testing are still subject to the roadworthiness requirements of the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 and the Road Traffic Act 1988. Read the DVSA's Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness
Information on the topics below is available to Logistics UK members by clicking on any available links or by downloading the Vehicle testing, plating and prohibitions chapter of the Yearbook of Road Transport Law
FAQs on Authorised Testing Facilities and VOSA’s Testing Transformation Programme
Logistics UK guidance on how to interpret a brake test report.
If you are a Logistics UK member and have a query regarding this topic, or need more information, contact our Member Advice Centre
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