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Old 05-07-2008, 06:56 AM   #1
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Please read this-

http://www.motuk.co.uk/manual/contents.htm

it's got everything in it, your car can only fail if the 'reason for rejection' is there

unfortunatly it does not cover administration issues.
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That'll cut the posts in here by half!
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used it before, very very useful, good if you're doing a project too, can use it as a structured 'tick list' to work through.
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Very true I've used it for a bit of a list for mine
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Yup. Should have said should I forgot where I was for a minute
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my spare wheel well is rotten on one side, would that be a fail?
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I HAVE REMOVED REAR SEATS IN MY BEACH BUGGY, BUT SEAT BELTS ARE STILL THERE, IS THAT OK, OR DO I HAVE TO PUT SEATS BACK IN?
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