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MOT[not an acronym] (UK term for a full-body scan medical exam; derived from the Ministry of Transport test car inspection)
MOTMotor
MOTManagement of Technology
MOTMinistry of Tourism (various countries)
MOTMinistry of Trade
MOTMoment Of Truth
MOTMethod of Transportation
MOTMinistry of Transportation (Ontario, Canada)
MOTMember of the Tribe (slang for a person of a given persuasion)
MOTMode of Transportation
MOTMethod of Test
MOTMarching on Together (Leeds United fan slogan)
MOTMonth Of Travel
MOTMotorola, Inc. (NYSE stock symbol)
MOTMolecular Orbital Theory
MOTMinistry of Transport (UK)
MOTMuseum of Transportation (various locations)
MOTMaintenance of Traffic (civil engineering)
MOTMinistry of Telecommunications (various locations)
MOTMuseum of Tolerance (Los Angeles, CA)
MOTMother of Twins (blog)
MOTMug of Tea
MOTMultiple Object Tracking (attention task)
MOTMemorandum of Transfer (fee)
MOTMean Operating Time
MOTMethod of Transport
MOTMicrosoft Office Trainer
MOTManaged Object Toolkit
MOTMagneto Optical Trap
MOTMap of Tasmania
MOTMicrosoft Official Trainer (software professional)
MOTMilitary Ocean Terminal
MOTMeans Of Testing
MOTMitsubishi Ore Transport (Japan)
MOTMaintenance, Operations, Transportation (various schools)
MOTMarine & Offshore Technology (various organizations)
MOTMoney on Time
MOTMaximum Operating Temperature
MOTMicrowave Oven Transformer
MOTMasters of Occupational Therapy
MOTMultimedia Object Transfer protocol (ETSI)
MOTModel Option Table (Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories)
MOTMarching on in Time (integral equation solution method)
MOTModel Office Testing
MOTMaterials of Trade
MOTMark On Top
MOTMinot, ND, USA - Minot International Airport (Airport Code)
MOTMother of Toilet Seat (plastic faux mother-of-pearl)
MOTMatters of Testing (UK, quarterly newsletter)
MOTMaximum Operating Time
MOTMaintenance of Transportation
MOTMain Output Transformer (connects a generating station to the power network)
MOTMinistry of Transport of Japan
MOTMean Outage Time
MOTMission Oriented Training
MOTMusculoskeletal Overload Trainer
MOTMaturity Operational Test
MOTMaterial Order Traveler
MOTManufacturing Operation & Tooling
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Table 6 shows the frequency and percentage of the MOT cases by the CSB that is in charge of monitoring the case.
Over 1 in 3 motorists are bound for an MOT failure there.
Drivers who ignore any advisory notices from an MoT test risk penalty points on their licence and fines of up to PS10,000.
With focused vineyard management and cleaner fruit, Mot dropped Brut Imperial's dosage to 9 grams per liter.
Meanwhile, the safest motors are those in the capital, as the highest pass rate for the new MOT test was Greater London (71 per cent), followed by the East of England (69 per cent), the West Midlands (68 per cent) and the North West (68 per cent).
MoT has also urged both visitors and residents to adhere to the traffic laws and avoid reckless behaviour to maintain the peaceful atmosphere of the place.
The postcode lottery of prices has been identified by the price comparison website Bookmygarage.com which analysed the costs for thousands of MoT and servicing jobs on four year old cars.
"Failing to do so could not only result in a failed MOT, but could also invalidate your insurance."
Hoagland said: "The UK has required MOT testing for decades in order to prevent crashes and fatalities from unreliable vehicles.
But, despite the new MOT changes, the law states that garages have NO power to stop motorists from driving their car away - regardless of the severity of the MOT failure.
MOT testers will still give advice about items you need to monitor.
ATOUGHER and updated MoT has come into force in Britain to improve air quality and make roads safer.