I got pulled over by the police, He told me it was because my alloys were spaced to much and because I have stretched tyres on, the rims protrude the wheel arch.
As he looked around the car he noticed that my rear passenger side tyre was below legal limits, the police officer was nice about it and give me a 14 day producer, to get the tyre replaced, and the producer signed and sent back to the police. But there was no mention of my spacers or stretched tyres on the Producer, and just told me to replace the tyre/ ''defect rectified''.
I got the tyre fixed straight away and then realised the garage had to be a M.O.T approved garaged in order for the producer to be signed, so I got a receipt of the job and took the car to a m.o.t garage and asked them to confirm that the defect had be rectified, and asked them the sign the producer, but there refused to sign the produced because they said that the car would not pass an m.o.t because the alloys protrude the wheel arch, even though this had nothing to do with the '' defect'' on the producer which was now rectified.
Also on the back of the producer where the M.O.T approved garage is supposed to sign it says the following...
'' completion of the above certificate will only serve to show that the defect was not present at the time of re-examination and will not provide and protection from proceedings should defects be found on some subsequent occasion''
Your Thoughts and advice would be much appreciated!