Ok. So the rules are changing and people who have had a DPF removed will now fail an MOT...Insurance companies will refuse to pay out in the event of a crash where a car is found to have had a DPF removed.Fair enough, but what about the people who have unknowingly bought a car which has had its DPF removed already?
How can it be fair on an unsuspecting customer who has bought one of these cars and it fails an MOT or, has a bump and finds that their insurance wont pay out because of something they knew nothing about!
How can an insurance company prove that the insured driver was responsible for the DPF removal in the first place??
I am still undecided about my DPF.