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.
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