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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Old 09-09-2020, 10:54
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MOT in the UK is done by many independent local garages
ITV here can only be obtained at the Government testing stations only 4 on the entire Island . think that explains everything
The independent garages have to work to the Government regulations.
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Does this mean it is "legal" to fit one "summer tyre" and one "winter/snow tyre" on the same axle? I'd love to see the result of the braking test (performed as part of the "technical inspection procedure) in that case! Especially on cars not fitted with ABS (but that "option" is now standard on most cars, I suppose).
The only restriction is mixing radial and cross ply tyres and therefore according to the regulations it would be legal to mix the tyres on one axle, but the car would have to comply with the braking requirements, which could result in a failure if they caused a negative effect.
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