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For the mot, how far away from the seatbelt anchor point has to b

My car failed the mot today, and the inspector left without explaining the problems to me. it says on the fail sheet "nearside (outer sill) seat belt anchorage prescribed area is excesivly corroded". i have look at the anchorage point on the outside, and around 4inches away from that point is a rust patch just starting to bubble under the paint. i could weld it up myself or get a friend to, if i knew the regulations on how far from the anchor bolts has to be rust free. any ideas?????

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  • jamiegt Jun 29, 2009

    would the inspector still pass it if he knew it was fibreglass or would i be best keeping that quiet?

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You patch it with fiberglass,just clean up the rust,patch it and repaint it good to go.

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    Bill Jun 29, 2009

    Yes he,s not going to Xray it,he,s just going to look at it.

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