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Roadside emissions checks net 807 cars

JUST 807 of the 45,251 cars given roadside emissions tests by the Vehicle Inspectorate between April 1 and September 30 failed to meet required standards. Transport minister Glenda Jackson has also revealed that of 787 cars checked for roadworthiness, 374 failed.

During the six-month period 9,571 light goods vehicles were tested for roadworthiness, 2,345 of which failed, and 7,340 were emissions tested, with 3,800 failing to meet the required standard.

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