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Your vehicle's age is important

The age of your car is important for several reasons.

The main reason is that if your car is under three years old, there are four documents that you must be in possession of in relation to yourself or to the vehicle.

But for a car that is more than three years old, then there are five documents that you must possess.

Three documents that you require as an individual driver are: your driving licence and insurance policy.

Relating to the car, you need a registration document, tax disc and a MOT depending on the age of the vehicle.

The MOT or vehicle test certificate is an annual check that tests various elements of the car to see that they are in working order, for instance the steering and the lighting, looking at the brakjes and the types, indicators, washers and wipers and so forth.

Every car that is over three years old must be tested once a year, and so that's one of the main reasons why the age of the vehicle is important, because you need to start getting MOT's after three years of using the vehicle.

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Your vehicle catches fire while driving through a tunnel. It is still driveable. What should you do? A) leave it where it is with the engine running B) Pull up, then walk to an emergency telephone point C) Park it away from the carriageway D) drive it out of the tunnel if you can do so

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