MOT Stats


Vehicle types : Bike : Hyosung

Hyosung

ModelTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
Aquila666.67%Drive chain horseshoe locking device incorrectly fitted.
Cruise8257.32%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
GA1251100%n/a
GF1255100%n/a
Grand Prix580%Insufficient brake control reserve travel.
GT11665.52%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
GT12512963.57%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
GT125r9160.44%Shock absorber not functioning, or leaking severely.
GT2502785.19%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
GT250R450%Restriction in the movement of the handlebars from lock to lock.
GT6504276.19%Brake disc or drum insecure, fractured or otherwise likely to fail.
GT650R2055%Number plate does not conform to requirements.
GV5066%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
GV-125 Aquila1492.86%Binding brake.
GV12511658.62%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
GV2507871.79%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
GV6508973.03%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
GV7001100%n/a
Hyper1100%n/a
Karion1100%n/a
Midas366.67%Direction indicator lamp missing or inoperative.
MS31580%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
RT955.56%Horn inoperative.
RT1252259.09%Shock absorber not functioning, or leaking severely.
RX1252268.18%Stop lamp missing or inoperative.
SD505100%n/a
ST7366.67%Number plate does not conform to requirements.
ST7GV700666.67%Brake calliper or cylinder insecure or inadequately mounted and braking performance not affected.

Tests: 963

Average Hyosung pass rate: 66.25%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Stop lamp missing or inoperative.4.3.1(a)(ii)Major21%
2Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major19%
3Transmission belt, chain, sprocket or pulley excessively loose or worn.6.1.7(c)(i)Major14%
4Shock absorber not functioning, or leaking severely.5.3.2(b)Major11%
5Brake lining or pad worn below 1.0mm.1.1.13(a)Dangerous11%
6Direction indicator lamp missing or inoperative.4.4.1(a)(ii)Major9%
7Horn inoperative.7.7(a)(ii)Major9%
8Rear reflector missing or reflecting white to the rear.4.8.2(a)(ii)Major8%
9Binding brake.1.2.1(f)Major8%
10Tyre tread depth too low.5.2.3(e)Dangerous7%

Tests date range: 20th May 2018 to 9th April 2019


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