Edd China’s Basic Classic Car Health Checks: Inspecting Classic Car Lights and Tyres

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Around 20% of classic car MoT failures are related to lighting and signalling, and another 10% are tyre related. In this SkillShack video, Edd China shares his top tips on how to check that your classic car lights and indicators are working correctly. Edd also runs through some essential close-up inspection checks you should complete on tyres (including the spare tyre) during a pre-MOT check.

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