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Would invalidate your insurance if you had an accident with no current MOT so is not a good thing
Thats not 100% true......
I cant be bothered with the argument but as I work in insurance, Trust me!
Most you get is £100 deduction in a write off and a delay in the claim whilst you claim "you forgot". Comes down to past case history now but MOST insurers wont bat an eyelid.
Currently in Tiggerz_SRi's garage:
Audi a4 v6 avant, used to have bmw 525d se estate, 2001 Toyota Previa 2.4 VVTi GLS, '98 R FORD Galaxy 2.3 Ghia X a Espace III 2.2dT RXE and a Lag I 1.8RT!
Last edited by Tiggerz_SRi; 14th January 2008 at 10:13 AM.