The DVA has said it is still experiencing “significant demand” for vehicle testing services.
Increase in the number of MOTs in Enniskillen
It appears the Enniskillen MOT Centre has been making efforts to increase the number of vehicles it tests each month.
Concern as Fermanagh MOT delays continue
There are reports some local key workers have been unable to get to work as their car is off teh road.
Infrastructure Minister considering two-year MOTs
FERMANAGH people are being urged to have their say on whether the annual MOT should only be carried out every two years. Last week, infrastructure Minister, Nichola Mallon, launched a ‘Call for Evidence’ on the potential introduction of biennial MOT testing. Currently, private cars and motorbikes must have their first MOT when they are four-years-old, […]
Removal of ‘Green Card’ welcomed by motorists
DRIVERS in Fermanagh have welcomed the decision to remove the need for ‘Green Card’ insurance to drive in the South. The ‘Green Card’ scheme was introduced in January as part of new Brexit regulations and required people from the North to carry documents when travelling over the border to prove they have the minimum insurance […]
Local buyers avoid Brexit car price hike
However, buyers from south of the border may still face increased charges.
Motorists reminded to get their green cards sorted!
The Herald understands it will be at the discretion of An Garda Siochana if they require a motorist to present their green card when stopped.
PSNI launch crackdown on uninsured drivers
Any vehicle stopped while not insured can be seized by police, who can keep it until a valid police is produced and a fee is paid.
Police in crackdown on anti-social drivers
Cars seized as police increase patrols.
Wait for MOT down to 27 days, but ‘it should be less’
The backlog which peaked in the summer of this year continues to be felt.