The COVID-19 crisis has temporarily reshaped society and the UK auto industry has been no exception to these changes.
When it comes to equipping your garage with tools capable of performing a thorough and accurate MOT test, the technology you use to check a vehicle’s braking systems plays a pivotal role.
The global focus on improving air pollution has led to significant changes in emissions monitoring and control.
Crypton has received official DVSA approval for Connected MOT Equipment.
New European emissions standards (Euro 6) affects the MOT test from May 2018.
Old emissions testers are more likely to breakdown between December and March than at any other time.
Here, we explain the importance of emissions testing and how it affects the environment.
Are you thinking about investing in a service lift for your workshop?
Crypton answers one of the automotive industry’s most asked questions…