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Thanks for that Mac. My VTR MOT runs out on 14th April. I was wondering what to do. Now I know.... nothing.
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KermitLeFrog wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:32 am
Thanks for that Mac. My VTR MOT runs out on 14th April. I was wondering what to do. Now I know.... nothing.
Yeh Nue Red is due End of May... Still have to Tax it tho...
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KermitLeFrog wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:32 am
Thanks for that Mac. My VTR MOT runs out on 14th April. I was wondering what to do. Now I know.... nothing.
My VTR is due for it's mot 4 days later than yours.

Thanks Mac for the heads-up,

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With the 6 month free MOT extension this will effect your local bike mechanic, as undoubtedly they will often pick up extra work off the MOT even if it's just a bulb or a set of pads... So when all this shite is over please surport your local bike mechanic. He will have bills to pay & poss mouths to feed. You wont be happy if he is forced to close & you have to go somewhere else like a Stealer Dealer...

Yes some of them will qualify for a Gov Grant to keep them up & running but others wont & from what I have seen on the news... Payments wont start till June FFS...

We may have to start a go fund me page for PopKat...
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MacV2 wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 11:45 am
With the 6 month free MOT extension this will effect your local bike mechanic, as undoubtedly they will often pick up extra work off the MOT even if it's just a bulb or a set of pads... So when all this shite is over please surport your local bike mechanic. He will have bills to pay & poss mouths to feed. You wont be happy if he is forced to close & you have to go somewhere else like a Stealer Dealer...

Yes some of them will qualify for a Gov Grant to keep them up & running but others wont & from what I have seen on the news... Payments wont start till June FFS...

We may have to start a go fund me page for PopKat...

At the moment the future's not looking great, I believe this lock down will go on much longer than 3 weeks, hence all the measures they are putting in place. most of which won't help me :(
I'll carry on with the workshop as long as I can and try and keep that infectious smile on my face :lol:




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Good luck Malc, if you lose your smile I know we are in trouble :lol:
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