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Confirm you’re ready to switch to new MOT testing systemBack

MOTTestingDVSA will be emailing an online survey to all single-site authorised examiners (AEs) week commencing Monday 24 November 2014.

This is to help check whether you have the right IT equipment and are ready to switch over to the new testing system in 2015.

This follows our October request to update your VTS contact details which resulted in over 5,000 AEs updating their email addresses.

The survey will be first sent to single-site AEs who’ve given us their email address while we’ll contact multi-site AEs – and those who’ve not registered an email address – ahead of the switchover process starting in April 2015.

Receive the survey

An initial survey pilot revealed that 96% of AEs who responded are already ready to move to the new system next year.

To get the survey to let us know you’re ready to switch, please check and update your email address in your VTS device or add one if you don’t already have one listed. If you’ve already completed the survey then you DO NOT have to do so again.

Your registered email will also be used to send you key information about the switchover process including your switchover date for 2015.

Update your details

To check your VTS details are up to date and correct please read our MOT Modernisation: update your VTS device details guidance on GOV.UK.

If you have any problems updating your email please DO NOT contact your Area Office, the DVSA Customer Service Centre or Atos Helpdesk. They will not be able to answer your questions.

Instead, please email any queries or any other feedback to and we’ll get back in touch as soon as we are able

MOTTesting2Promoting pre-winter vehicle checks

Once the clocks go back, the weather turns colder, and there are more and more Christmas items in the shops, thoughts turn increasingly towards the winter ahead.

Last winter may have been relatively mild in terms of snow and ice for most areas, but there was still plenty of severe weather to trouble motorists. Whatever the weather you need a well-maintained vehicle, as well as an appropriate driving style, to stay safe on the roads.

Now is the time to encourage garage customers to get a pre-winter check.

As part of its winter campaign, the Highways Agency has produced some posters and information that garages can display in customer waiting areas.

They explain why it’s important for people to see and be seen, grip the road and be able to start their vehicle on cold and damp morning.


View and download the posters here

View and download the information sheet here

Posted by Sue Robinson on 28/11/2014