Are wing mirrors part of MOT?

1 Answer:
  • AJ Lau
    Excepting older cars, one of these two mirrors must be fitted on the offside of the vehicle. So, if it's the N/S mirror which is damaged, and there are also O/S and interior mirrors, simply remove it and tape over the hole. If, however the O/S mirror is damaged, then, it must be in a secure condition to pass the MOT.31 jul 2009
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