Free audio stream, including stories that are padlocked on our site. Listen on any device, anywhere. Updated twice daily. The audio stream takes several seconds to start on Android devices.Launch Radio player
The government is right to reduce WOF inspections to once a year for many vehicles, according to NBR ONLINE readers.
In a poll conducted last week, readers were asked: Should WOF checks be changed from six-monthly to annually, as the government proposes?
Seventy-eight percent said yes, while 22% said no.
Under the changes, vehicles registered after January 1, 2000, have annual inspections, and new cars will not need inspections until they are three years old.
This article is tagged with the following keywords. Find out more about MyNBR Tags
- NZX milk powder futures point to fifth successive decline in looming GDT auction
- New electricity retailer offers naked power
- Chinese firm to buy another dairy farm group for $43m
- New govt website lets you upload your own flag design — and it's immediately hijacked by naysayers
- MARKET CLOSE: Stocks rise, ANZ, Fletcher gain