MOT History from tests of petrol ADLY SS100s year 2003

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mot history
Pass percent:53.13%
(The average a petrol ADLY SS100 year 2003 passes without issue)
Based on:32 MOT Tests
Most common failuresNo# failures
Rear Brake lever has inadequate reserve travel |3.1.3b|2
Exhaust mounting does not fully support the exhaust system |7.1.1.c|2
Steering headbearing has excessive free play |2.2.2|2
Headlamp aim out of alignment2
Front suspension has excessive stiffness in the suspension movement. |2.3.6b|2
Front wheel bearings have excessive free play |2.3.5b|1
Nearside Handlebar handgrip not secure to handlebars. |2.1.1c|1
Rear Stop lamp remains on when the brake is released |1.3.1e|1
Headlamp dipped beam affected by the operation of the horn |1.2.2c|1
Headlamp main beam affected by the operation of another lamp |1.2.2c|1
Front position lamp adversely affected by the operation of another lamp |1.1.3b|1
Front Floor brake test indicates a binding brake |3.3.C2c|1
Front Brake fluid reservoir fluid level dangerously low |3.2.B1d|1
Shock absorber has negligible damping effect both front (5.3.2 (b))1
Exhaust is leaking and excessively noisey |7.1.1b|1
Exhaust excessively deteriorated |7.1.1a|1
Front Roller brake test indicates a binding brake |3.3.A1a|1
Headlamp aim beam image kick up to the offside kick up masked level |1.6|1
Rear Brake lever is so short and the brake cannot be readily applied |3.1.3c|1
Centre Dipswitch does not extinquish main beam/s, leaving at least 1 dipped beam headlamp |1.2.2b|i||1
Floor brake test No brake control achieves an efficiency of 30%. |3.3.C1a|1

We get to these numbers by trawling through over 1 billion MOT test results since 2004 and crunched the numbers. We remove anything to do with Tyres, as they are model independent and group together common non-model specific issues. We are trying to get to a picture of what models have what issues.

Please note: We take the data from the DVSA. This data is raw and can contain typos and spelling mistakes that garages may have entered while recording a MOT result. Specifically miss-match on names of models and makes. We are constantly cleaning the data so bear with the odd issue.

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