MOT Stats


Vehicle types : Van

MakeTestsPass rateMost common fail reason
Aixam14749.66%Steering rack gaiter or ball joint dust cover missing or damaged.
Austin1154.55%Fuel system leaking, or missing or ineffective filler cap.
Barkas366.67%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Bedford1,01661.71%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
Bremach1100%n/a
Chevrolet27170.48%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
Citroen216,11456.76%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Daf10%Steering rack gaiter or ball joint dust cover missing or damaged.
Daihatsu1,97950.63%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Daimler2100%n/a
Dennis1100%n/a
DFSK46654.08%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Dodge3183.87%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Fiat111,62165.65%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Ford757,66057.94%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Freight Rover7556%Brakes out of balance across an axle.
Goupil250%Stop lamp adversely affected by the operation of any other lamp.
Honda9669.79%Constant velocity joint boot missing, split, insecure or no longer prevents the ingress of dirt.
Hyundai30144.19%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
IFA1100%n/a
Isuzu1,85157.27%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
Iveco40,60057.09%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Kubota1050%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Land Rover333.33%Steering ball joint with excessive wear.
LDV18,42947.69%Brake pipe damaged or excessively corroded.
Leyland540%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Leyland Daf21564.19%Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.
Man666.67%Fog lamp likely to become detached.
Mazda11,60351.41%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Mercedes-Benz257,52964.04%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
MG1258.33%Electrical wiring insecure.
Mini34979.94%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
Mitsubishi2,67857.65%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Morris11870.34%Brakes out of balance across an axle.
Nissan25,87761.75%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Opel13053.08%Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.
Peugeot241,05963.85%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
Piaggio84357.53%Brake efficiency below minimum requirement.
Reliant2100%n/a
Renault101,29855.77%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Reynolds Boughton1266.67%Electrical wiring insecure.
Rover977.78%Constant velocity joint boot missing, split, insecure or no longer prevents the ingress of dirt.
Steyr3694.44%Stop lamps all missing or inoperative.
Subaru7265.28%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
Suzuki33956.93%Fog lamp inoperative or rear fog lamp missing.
SWT1100%n/a
Talbot6,76649.76%Excessive corrosion to, or weakened structure near any suspension mounting.
Toyota25,83462.41%Position lamp missing or inoperative.
UAZ4100%n/a
Vauxhall254,40556.02%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Volkswagen287,94863.55%Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.
Volvo10%Anti-lock braking system warning device shows system malfunction.

Tests: 2,367,843

Average van pass rate: 59.78%

Most common fail reasons

#ReasonFail codeCategory%
1Position lamp missing or inoperative.4.2.1(a)(ii)Major17%
2Suspension pin, bush, joint or bearing excessively worn.5.3.4(a)(i)Major16%
3Stop lamp missing or inoperative.4.3.1(a)(ii)Major12%
4Registration plate lamp missing or inoperative.4.7.1(b)(ii)Major11%
5Headlamp aim outwith limits.4.1.2(a)Major10%
6Wiper blade missing or not clearing the windscreen.3.4(b)(ii)Major10%
7Windscreen washers not providing sufficient fluid.3.5(a)Major9%
8Tyre tread depth not in accordance with requirements.5.2.3(e)Dangerous8%
9Parking brake efficiency below minimum requirement.1.4.2(a)(i)Major8%
10Brake lining or pad worn below 1.5mm.1.1.13(a)(ii)Dangerous7%

Tests date range: 7th September 2018 to 6th September 2019


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