After the government granted a six month extension on the annual MOT in 2020 due to COVID, garages need to prepare for the increased demand this Autumn.
Crypton answers the most common questions on connected equipment here.
Crypton has launched a new automated test lane (ATL) roller brake tester, a car brake tester designed for efficient vehicle testing at MOT centres and garages.
Crypton can now offer a Vehicle Communication Interface (VCI) as an option with its emissions tester for MOT centres and garages.
Crypton’s MOT emissions tester has received Connected Equipment approval from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
Garages with low ceilings can present premises owners with numerous challenges.
Since 1 October 2019, MOT tests and the motor industry have been adapting to today’s more connected world.
The hassle-free package for your Crypton Emissions Tester.
Here is the latest to the ongoing situation regarding the Coronavirus COVID-19 and what we are doing in response to the latest government guidelines.