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17 May 2021 21:27
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    Motorists are being urged to avoid the queues and consider getting an early WoF in April

    Motorists are being urged to avoid the queues and consider getting an early WoF in April


    The vehicle inspection industry expect the demand for vehicle inspections will be much lower this month as a flow on effect from last years lockdown.

    The Level four lockdown caused many vehicle owners to wait and take their vehicles for an inspection in May to July.

    Waka Kotahi Transport Agency's Andrew Knackstedt says people don't want to risk not getting a booking before their warrant expires.

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