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    ... when the car passes with no advisories :cool:

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    Excellent. My sons Audi A2 just passed as well with no advisories, that's a 2003 car with 130k on the clock.
     
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    But some of these 'advisory' notes are just downright stupid.

    Last year I received two advisories telling me that the rear tyres were nearing the 1.6 legal limit.

    It did not say what the tread depth actually was.

    They were both 2.4mm - so I was not too chuffed, as I did not need to be advised of this - I could have told the examiner/tester before he even saw my car what the tread depths were on all 4 wheels.
     
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    I had that once before on my wife's car that the front brake pads were getting low, measured them at home and had 6mm left :rolleyes:
     
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