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 Posted: Tue Jun 23rd, 2015 07:03 pm
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Aylesbury Jock
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Trouble is, you have no legal right to keep the vehicle if the presenter needs to take it

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 Posted: Tue Jun 23rd, 2015 05:49 pm
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On our course they said you would just have to fix whatever is wrong, free of charge if necessary and under no circumstances let the vehicle leave without repairing any items that should have been failed.

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 Posted: Wed Jun 17th, 2015 01:27 am
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The vehicle has been issued an MOT certificate valid for 12 months so can be taxed regardless of how many failures may have been issued afterwards.I suspect of course that the customer would never know the pass had been issued so would not try to tax it.

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 Posted: Sat Jun 13th, 2015 09:48 pm
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An interesting point made, I wonder then what happens when the vehicle has been incorrectly passed and then a refusal notification issued afterwards, then somebody goes to tax the vehicle?

Which record would be considered then?

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 Posted: Sat Jun 13th, 2015 08:12 pm
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To be remembered though, that the vehicle does afterwards have 12 months mot. That cannot be altered even though you have issued a failure later.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 12th, 2015 12:09 pm
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Unfortunately no, DVSA can't change the particulars of a legal record, only the NT who issued it, in certain circumstances, so in your example as you changed your opinion on the decision you made, you decided to carryout another mot to issue a different legal document.Your latest document for you overrules your earlier document in your station records.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 11th, 2015 10:14 am
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Thanks for the reply. Just wondered if there was any way that they could remove the initial test some how as it will look odd on the history that's printed on the certificate.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 11th, 2015 03:54 am
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Hi Sceet,

Welcome to the forum.

We all make mistakes from time to time, if you are happy with the course you have taken, then nothing else needs to be done really. :)

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 Posted: Thu Jun 11th, 2015 01:28 am
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I have passed and advised a vehicle by mistake when I should have actually failed the vehicle on the item I advised. I wasn't sure what to do so I have just carried out a full retest and failed the car on the advisory item.
Should I have contacted VOSA as soon as I had realised what I had done?
What should I have done and what should I do now?
Any advise please.

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