Registration plate DE51FZT
Official local mnemonic: Deeside
Postal area: Chester
Issued: between september 2001 and february 2002
Black Volkswagen Polo, manufactured in 2001, first registered on 1 November 2001. Cylinder capacity: 1390cc, CO2 emissions: 149 g/km.
As of 14 December 2017 this vehicle had done 169,139 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 179,900 miles.
✓ Taxed Tax due: 1 October 2018
✓ MOT Expires: 13 December 2018

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2017-12-142018-12-13 Pass169,139
  • Front registration plate deteriorated but not likely to be misread (6.3.1d)
  • Offside Rear Shock absorber has a light misting of oil (2.7.3)
  • Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement both front wishbone (2.4.G.2)
2017-11-15- Fail169,119
  • Nearside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement rear bush (2.4.G.2)
  • Offside Rear Shock absorber has a light misting of oil (2.7.3)
  • engine warning light is on
  • Parking brake: efficiency below requirements (3.7.B.7)
  • Rear Brakes imbalanced across an axle Axle 2 (3.7.B.5b)
  • Nearside Front Front constant velocity joint gaiter damaged to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.C.1a)
  • Offside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated resulting in excessive movement rear bush (2.4.G.2)
  • Nearside Rear Shock absorber has a serious fluid leak (2.7.3)
2016-10-312017-11-13 Pass148,949
2016-10-31- Fail148,949
  • engine management light on dash
  • Nearside Rear Registration plate lamp not working (1.1.C.1d)
  • Nearside Front Headlamp not working on dipped beam (1.7.5a)
  • Offside Front Track rod end ball joint has excessive play (2.2.B.1f)
2015-11-092016-11-13 Pass126,089
2014-10-302015-11-13 Pass102,498
  • Nearside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2)
  • Offside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2)
  • exhaust front pipe mount broken
2014-10-30- Fail102,498
  • Nearside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2)
  • Offside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2)
  • exhaust front pipe mount broken
  • Offside Front Headlamp not working on dipped beam (1.7.5a)
  • Nearside Front Front position lamp(s) not working (1.1.A.3b)
2013-11-082014-11-13 Pass86,067
  • Nearside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2013-11-07- Fail86,067
  • Nearside Front Front constant velocity joint gaiter damaged to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.C.1a)
  • Offside Front Front constant velocity joint gaiter damaged to the extent that it no longer prevents the ingress of dirt etc (2.5.C.1a)
2012-11-082013-11-13 Pass83,116
  • Nearside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2011-11-102012-11-13 Pass73,520
2010-11-112011-11-13 Pass62,960
  • Power steering pipe(s) or hose(s) has slight seepage (2.3.3b)
2010-11-11- Fail62,960
  • Power steering pipe(s) or hose(s) has slight seepage (2.3.3b)
  • Nearside Headlamp aim too high (1.8)
  • Offside Headlamp aim too high (1.8)
2009-11-122010-11-13 Pass53,634
2008-11-062009-11-13 Pass44,729
2007-10-222008-11-13 Pass36,674
  • Oil leak
2006-11-142007-11-13 Pass28,970
2005-11-112006-11-12 Pass22,263
2005-11-05- Fail22,157
  • Nearside Front Headlamp aim too high when the centre of the headlamp is above 850mm from the ground (1.6.B3)

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