MOT Stats

Vehicle types : Bike : Royal Alloy

Royal Alloy

ModelTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
GP12529089.31%Steering head bearings defective or have excessive wear or play.
GP20020091.5%Number plate does not conform to requirements.
GT125366.67%Wheels sufficiently misaligned to adversely affect the handling or steering.
GT125i70881.92%Headlamp aim outwith limits.
GT20011190.09%Headlamp aim outwith limits.

Tests: 1,312

Average Royal Alloy pass rate: 85.67%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major24%
2Steering head bearings defective or have excessive wear or play.2.2.2(f)(i)Major19%
3Direction indicator lamp missing or inoperative.4.4.1(a)(ii)Major9%
4Tyre tread depth too low.5.2.3(e)Dangerous8%
5Rear reflector missing or reflecting white to the rear.4.8.2(a)(ii)Major8%
6Number plate does not conform to requirements.0.1(d)Major7%
7Binding brake.1.2.1(f)Major7%
8Shock absorber not functioning, or leaking severely.5.3.2(b)Major6%
9Headlamp missing or inoperative.4.1.1(a)(ii)Major5%
10Brake lining or pad worn below 1.0mm.1.1.13(a)Dangerous5%
Tests date range:
23rd September 2022 to 22nd September 2023

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