KEY POINTSDo you agree with the changes to the WoF system?
Drivers whose cars are now less than 13 years old will only need annual warrants of fitness checks rather than six-monthly, under changes to the WoF system aimed at saving motorists $159 million a year.
Associate Transport Minister Simon Bridges announced the changes today after reviewing the WOF system earlier in the year.
The changes include:
* new cars will have an initial inspection but no further WoF check will be required until the vehicle is three years old. After that, they will require annual inspections.
* vehicles which are more than three years old and first registered after 1 January 2000 will require annual inspections.
* older vehicles which were first registered before 1 January 2000 will still require 6-monthly checks.
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