IN FOCUS: Complete Motorcycle MoT Bay Package

A GETECH Class I & II MOT equipment package incorporates a GE5418 double laser headlight beam setter, GE2 roller brake tester and an ancillary pack containing all the required signage, MoT notice board & tools, wheel alignment bars and hand held decelerometer with mounting bracket. The GE5418 headlight tester has been developed to give testing …

The most cost effective VOSA approved portable brake tester available!

BrakeCheck is designed to test service, hand and secondary brakes on any vehicles braking system. It also shows which side of the vehicle has brake problems by indicating left/right imbalance. With no connection to the vehicle, carrying out a brake test couldn’t be easier. Simply drive the vehicle to a maximum 20mph and apply the …

IN FOCUS: VOSA Approved Motorcycle MoT Bay Equipment.

Looking at the internet is a great way to gain information on the strength of weaknesses of a companies products. Today's task has been to look at Motorcycle MoT Bay Packages that are available and cross check the various aspects of the packages that have been put together by the various manufacturers. Headlight Testers A …

IN FOCUS: Our Product Quality

Our product quality is as important to us as to you. In fact it is our utmost priority to ensure we always manufacture the highest quality garage equipment possible. Our internal 100% quality assurance check procedures guarantee the highest standards of quality for all GETECH products. In addition, we only source products within the European …

IN FOCUS: Motorbitz – A Class 4/5 & 7 One Person Testing Bay

When we received a phone call from Roger Broughton at Motorbitz in Besthorpe near Norwich a month or so ago, we were surprised at the situation that was outlined on the telephone. A local representative who had done all the hard work in terms of selling the proposal to the customer, gained some of the …

Avoiding “systematic errors” in an MoT inspection.

Parallax is a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight, and is measured by the angle or semi-angle of inclination between those two lines.[1][2] The term is derived from the Greek παράλλαξις (parallaxis), meaning "alteration". Nearby objects have a larger parallax than more distant objects …

Its a thesis, for bits and pieces…

On numerous times I have, at the point of sale, been confronted with a host of (similar) objections. One of the most interesting perspectives I came across (and not for the first time) was the argument that having an MoT bay badged as the same supplied by a single supplier is the ultimate solution for …