The Government has announced that the Warrant of Fitness rules in New Zealand will change.
Each vehicle in New Zealand must pass a regular test to ensure that it is safe enough to drive on our roads. This is called a Warrant of Fitness.
The Government has spent the past month looking at four options to reduce the number of warrant checks. In the end they decided that cars less than 13-years-old will only need a warrant of fitness check every year rather than every six months.
The Government also announced that the savings made from the change in WoF inspections would be given to the Police force.
The Motor Trade Association is not happy with the move saying that thousands of jobs will be lost and safety of some motorists could be put at risk.
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