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MOT

(OpenView Managed Object Toolkit) An OpenView toolkit from HP for developing network management applications based on CMIS. The toolkit contains library routines that handle the transmission and receipt of CMIS requests and responses.

MOT

On drawings, abbr. for motor.
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It's best to view the annual MoT test as a sensible opportunity to have your vehicle examined by an expert to ensure that it meets all safety and legal requirements.
the MOT test, "Should courts adopt a broader and more patent
Motorists are becoming increasingly sceptical about MOT tests that are carried out by repair shops.
The vehicle will automatically fail the MOT test if the filter had been fitted as standard but is found to be no longer present.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling, pictured, said: | The statutory maximum price of the MOT test for a car will be frozen at PS54.
Latest figures reveal that more than eight million vehicles failed the MoT test last year, forcing the vehicle owner to pay for the test to be retaken.
If a vehicle is more than three years old you must get an MoT test every year to show that it meets the minimum road safety and environmental standards.
The average annual UK mileage is about 12,000, but one car could end up doing a couple of thousand and the other 50,000 miles, yet both would have to wait three years for an MOT test.
A little timely maintenance can make all the difference when an MOT test is on the horizon, making sure that all the electrical functions in the car are running at their optimum level to ensure greater road safety.
The current requirement to undergo an MoT test goes over and above the obligations set out in European legislation and following a public consultation, vehicles manufactured before 1960 will be exempted from the test from this November.
The MOT test provides an essential safety check of vehicles because, despite the fact that cars are well-built these days, tyres and brakes still wear, and headlamps get out of alignment.
A PENSIONER was stunned when his car failed its MOT test because bees had made a nest under the bonnet.