Thanks Barry, hope you and Jen are keeping well.
Looks like MOT due dates will be updated online in due course - my daughter’s car is due next Friday and the garage that looks after it for her called to say the MOT centre they use is only doing retests at present and then is closing temporarily. The details are still showing as expiring next Friday, so will keep checking.
Out of interest, is anyone considering putting their 5 on SORN? Never bothered before but wondering if it’s worth keeping it taxed at present.
Copied this from gov.uk:
What you need to do
You do not need to do anything to extend your vehicle’s MOT expiry date if it’s on or after 30 March 2020. However, you must keep your vehicle safe to drive.
Your vehicle will be automatically given a 6-month MOT exemption. This will extend your current MOT expiry date by 6 months.
Example Your vehicle’s MOT was due to expire on 3 April 2020.
This will automatically be extended to 3 October 2020. You will need to get your MOT by this date.
You can check your MOT history to see when you have been issued an exemption. It will not be updated straight away, so keep checking back if your new due date MOT is not yet showing.
You will not get a paper exemption certificate.
If your vehicle tax is due, you can tax your vehicle as soon as your MOT due date has been updated.