NI MOT crisis: Lift replacement could take months

28th January 2020 | 0 Comments
 
DVA lift cracks
Whistle-blower photos shared widely online show just how severe vehicle lift cracking is at DVA centres in Northern Ireland.

24 hours after all passenger car and light vehicle MOTs were halted in Northern Ireland (NI), it has emerged that replacement of the fault lifts at the centre of the crisis could take months and cost millions of pounds. Indeed, if all 55 vehicle lifts across Northern Ireland need to be replaced, with new lifts costing between £30,000 and £40,000 each (according DVA chief executive Paul Duffy quoted in multiple sources), the total cost will be between £1.65 million to £2.2 million.

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