Re: Land rover MOT's
"> thanks for that info , its very usefull .
> so it seems that landrover 110s with 3050kg GVW could possibly have an
> issue that puts them out of class 4 and into 7 if the normal garages
> dont test vehicles over 3000kg .
> i am presuming the STATION WAGON weight 2950kg weight referes to 110
> country types , ie with seats and windows - 5 door .
> from what youve said so long as the TOP figure on the VIN plate is
> under 3000 , then a class 4 test applies, but if over this then the
> vehicle needs to go to a class7 test centre .
I don't beleive so, as long as to figure is less than 3500kg, a Landrover
can be considered a 'Dual-Purpose' vehicle as long as it is 4WD, can carry a
passenger, and is less than 2040kg Unladen.
Dual purpose vehicles still have a Class4 MoT.
The problem seems to be convincing the test centre that it is a Dual Purpose
vehicle without ULW on the V5 or the plate.