Wed, 19 Sep 2012 6:05p.m.
With radical changes to the warrant of fitness system being proposed, motorists could be in for big savings.
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4/01/2013 12:23:10 a.m.
I find it quite unbelievable that every time you take your car for a WOF at a garage they seem to find something that needs repairing . On average every WOF was costing approximately 500 dollars with repairs
Surprise surprise since taking the car to VTNZ for the past 18 months it has passed every time. If more mechanics where less corrupt most people would not really have a problem with 6 monthly WOFs. Some of these garages need to be monitored and when caught ripping people of (which is in essence theft) they should be fined and their name put on a register that the public can inspect.
31/10/2012 10:42:51 p.m.
save the wof because lives are worth alot more than the $50 it costs now ...
29/10/2012 7:20:34 p.m.
I have inspected Vehicles in Europe, all country's there have a twelve month testing system and the vehicles there are generally of a better standard than in NZ. This is mainly due to the owner being made responsible for his/her vehicle lets stop being a nanny state.
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