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Old 25.02.2019, 08:53
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Re: Old cars - service them or sell 'em cheap or trade them in..

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So it doesn't mean anything? Can you explain why if something doesn't expire then how would it be a record to make it to 14 years?

Our cars get called in every 2 years for a test. Can I just ignore these guys as the MFK doesn't expire?

I'm obviously missing something so please explain it to me. Thanks.
The longest it took them to call me in for a MFK was 14 years (bike first registered in 2000, 1st MFK in 2014), I have several others that have gone 10 years between being called in, and my wife's 2010 Fiesta called in.

If they don't call you in to do it, you don't have to.

Tom
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