Kill switch- MOT requirement?

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Cossackmannie
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Kill switch- MOT requirement?

Post by Cossackmannie »

I know indicators and switches (if fitted as standard after a certain date) are an MOT requirement but what about kill switches?
The bike is a 55 plate and was wondering if it was a legal MOT requirement to keep the kill switch if fitted as new?

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Re: Kill switch- MOT requirement?

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As far as im aware if it is fitted to the bike it must be in working order. Check the VOSA website to confirm....
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If it aint fitted it cant be tested.
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