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uk website and using the digits on the MOT certificate, would-be buyers will be able to check that the certificate is genuine.
They executed a search warrant and recovered the chassis and body of the model car together with the MOT certificates.
The cost of that burglary combined with the loss of revenue from the dodgy MOT certificates forced his employer Ian Sturgeon to call time on his business of 21 years and make 11 staff redundant.
Recent reports have shown that over 30,000 motorists in Cyprus are driving without a valid MOT certificate which in turn invalidates their road tax and insurance policy.
They don't realise they can get their MoT done 28 days in advance and get a 13-month MoT certificate.
Andrew Suggett, 27, of Thornton Street, North Ormesby, was banned from driving for 12 months and fined pounds 200 with pounds 25 costs for driving without an appropriate licence, using a vehicle without insurance or MOT, and failing to produce insurance or MOT certificates.
He wound back clocks by more than 100,000 miles so he could doctor old MOT certificates by removing the first digit of the proper figure.
It will herald the end of a total reliance on paper MOT certificates, which are currently the subject of mass thefts and wholesale fraudulent counterfeiting.
Britain is now virtually the only country in Western Europe that uses an antiquated system of hand-written paper MoT certificates, which is riddled with abuse and puts lives at risk.
MOT menace Colin Prudham is today behind bars after admitting running off more than 400 fake MOT certificates The dodgy vehicle tester used his employer's computer to print the fake documents for pounds 30 a pop without even seeing the vehicles he was certifying as roadworthy.
The government want to improve testing standards as well as reduce theft and fraud associated with MoT certificates.
A GANG flooded Wales with thousands of forged MoT certificates Ringleader Andrew Wozencroft, brother of a policeman killed in the line of duty, set up a cottage industry producing bogus certificates, car tax discs and insurance forms.