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That this House welcomes recent Department for Transport statistics which show that the number of people killedin road accidents fell by 16 per cent. from 2,222 in 2009 to 1,857 in 2010; notes that this is the lowest figure since national records began in 1926; believes that the annual MOT test plays an important role in ensuring Britain's roads are among the safest in the world; is opposed to any move to reduce the frequency of MOT tests which can only have the effect of increasing the number of defective and unsafe vehicles on the road, increasing accidents and deaths and increasing insurance premiums and the cost of repairs for the law-abiding motorist; and calls on the Government to rule out any weakening of the MOT system as part of its forthcoming review.
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