MOT mechanics’ savage insults in DVLA log – ‘douchebag’ driver and ‘fishy’ cars

MOT mechanics are savagely insulting customers across the country, according to logs filed with the UK’s Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency.

A massive list was compiled by Facebook groupDodgy Carsshowing the best of British mechanics’ insults against customers.

Several mechanics said their customers and their cars stank of fish.

One mechanic said that they could smell a strong “fish” scent coming from a Volvo driver’s gearstick.

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Another bizarrely said they found a “Korean monkfish” in the glove compartment of a customer’s Vauxhall Vectra.

Two different mechanics reported that they thought their customers looked like singer Susan Boyle.

The personal insults don’t stop there. One mechanic posted a series of insults about the driver of a Land Rover Freelander, calling him a “nonce” and calling his wife “clearly blind”, adding: “What is she thinking?”

Other scathing lines include a Vauxhall driver being called a “douchebag”, a Volkswagen Caddy driver described as “vertically challenged” and a van driver being told they look like Dreamworks' lovable ogre Shrek.

Drivers have to renew MOT tests at least once a year in order to be able to drive on British roads with a vehicle that’s more than three years old.

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Most Brits have to pay up to £54.85 for a car and £29.65 for a motorcycle to get a mechanic to run the tests.

Last year, the government considered changing MOT rules to only require tests to be done every two years.

These plans were widely criticised by drivers and industry figures alike.

Jack Cousens, head of roads policy at the AA, said at the time: “Though well intended, moving the yearly £55 spend on an MOT to every two years could make costs worse for drivers with higher repair bills, make our roads more dangerous and would put jobs in the garage industry at risk.”


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