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Motorcycle MOT falilures from defective tyres rocket

27 February 2008

Defective tyres now account for the fourth biggest failure of motorcycle MOTs in the UK, after lights, brakes and suspension, according to the latest statistics from the Vehicle Operator and Services Agency (VOSA), with the data also revealing that standards of bike maintenance are not getting any better.

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