Advisory notes from MOT's
Hey guys Im in need of some advice and points of view regarding the issue of advisory notes from MOT's.
A few months ago I brought a secondhand 206 from a dealer. Part of the deal was that it would have a fresh MOT. When we got the car it a had a fresh certificate with no advisory attached, or any signs there ever was on attached.
After a month I noticed that the inside edge of the front tyres was heavily warn (outside of MOT failure zone). I phoned dealer and he said if it had shown up on MOT then he would have sorted it, as it didnt he wouldnt do anything about it.
Now I only just found out that you can view your MOT certificates online and guess what the car had some advisories including the worn tyres.
The question is do dealers have to pass on advisory notices as it forms part of the test certificate or not?
Trading standards arent sure but said that if the general concenus by garages and those involved in MOTs is yes then I may have some recourse.
So any advice/opinion would be good and before anyone says it yes I should have looked at tyres more closly before buying it.