MOT Stats


Vehicle types : Bike : BSA

BSA

ModelTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
1751100%n/a
3503100%n/a
4412100%n/a
5003100%n/a
650580%Headlamp missing or inoperative.
A716100%n/a
A104691.3%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
A507100%n/a
A653190.32%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
A65l3100%n/a
A65T2100%n/a
A753100%n/a
B211100%n/a
B253100%n/a
B3110100%n/a
B332100%n/a
B40771.43%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
B44366.67%Stop lamp remains on when the brakes are released.
B502100%n/a
Bantam3597.14%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
Bantum1100%n/a
Beaver1100%n/a
Boxer1100%n/a
C1100%n/a
C11G1100%n/a
C122100%n/a
C151994.74%Wheels sufficiently misaligned to adversely affect the handling or steering.
Combination250%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
D12100%n/a
D72100%n/a
D102100%n/a
DBD343100%n/a
Gold10100%n/a
Golden Flash10%Horn inoperative.
Goldstar1485.71%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Lightning2100%n/a
M204100%n/a
Rocket7100%n/a
Spitfire2100%n/a
Starfire580%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
Super Rocket785.71%Tyre with a lump, bulge or tear caused by separation or partial failure of its structure.
Thunderbolt4100%n/a
Tracker475%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
Victor3100%n/a
WM201100%n/a

Tests: 286

Average BSA pass rate: 93.01%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Stop lamp missing or inoperative.4.3.1(a)(ii)Major25%
2Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major15%
3Position lamp missing or inoperative.4.2.1(a)Major10%
4Headlamp missing or inoperative.4.1.1(a)(ii)Major10%
5Stop lamp remains on when the brakes are released.4.3.2(a)(iii)Dangerous10%
6Wheels sufficiently misaligned to adversely affect the handling or steering.2.4(a)Major10%
7Tyre not fitted in compliance with the manufacturer's sidewall instructions.5.2.3(i)Major5%
8Loose or missing wheel nut, bolt or stud in the case of a single fixing, or more than one loose or missing in the case of multiple fixings.5.2.1(a)(ii)Dangerous5%
9Fuel system leaking, or missing or ineffective filler cap.6.1.3(b)(i)Major5%
10Transmission belt, chain, sprocket or pulley excessively loose or worn.6.1.7(c)(i)Major5%

Tests date range: 3rd April 2020 to 2nd April 2021


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