If you are stopped by the police while driving your vehicle with a defect, such as a broken brake light, the police may issue a vehicle defect rectification notice.
After receiving a vehicle defect rectification notice, you will need to get your vehicle fixed. You have 14 days from the date you have been issued this notice to provide evidence to the police that the defect has been rectified.
Once the vehicle defects have been repaired we will check your vehicle and complete your defect rectification notice. This will enable you to prove to the police that your vehicle is roadworthy.
We can perform this test for you at any of our three test centres.