The MOT is a legal requirement that checks and helps assure drivers that their vehicles are safe. It forms an integral part of DVSA’s strategic aim of keeping vehicles safe to drive. Unfortunately, a minority of perpetrators have been caught defrauding the MOT. DVSA’s Director of Enforcement Marian Kitson issues a warning to anyone considering endangering road users by committing MOT fraud and the consequences they will face should they choose to.
Marian Kitson is Director of Enforcement at DVSA.
Our Director of Enforcement, Marian Kitson, has written a blog post reflecting on our enforcement statistics up to December 2021 and the challenges we’ve overcome.
To mark International Women's Day, Marian Kitson talks about her time as a woman working in enforcement at DVSA and HMRC.
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Official advice and information for lorry, bus, coach and van operators and drivers.
- Heavy Vehicle Testing Review recommendations – updating you on our progress 24 November 2022
- Encouraging bus operators to keep to their timetables 26 October 2022
- Bring your heavy goods vehicle to annual test (MOT) appropriately laden 22 September 2022