Police highlight increasing numbers of drivers caught without MOT

Police have highlighted an increase in people driving in Shetland without a valid MOT.

The Shetland force took to Twitter today (Tuesday)  to ask drivers to check theirs is in date.

“We have seen an increase in drivers on the road without a valid MOT,” they tweeted.

“Please check your MOT dates and if close or expired, make arrangements to get your vehicle tested.

“It is an offence to drive a vehicle on the road without a valid MOT.”


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