Dating back to the total lockdown from March to April last year, ITV inspections have undergone a disruption that the Government is still trying to sort out.
As nobody could leave their homes, three months of ITV inspections had to be postpone. However, there was no way that this backlog could suddenly be thrown into the mix when the normal inspection schedule starting in June.
Therefore a wide margin was introduced to filter them in slowly lasting throughout 2020 and the first two months of 2021.
Now, however, the backlog is finally cleared.
So, back to normal, the new cars that have passed their four years of inspection-free life are now up for a check up. However, although the back log has been cleared, the confusion caused by it remains, so the Government has published the calendar for the whole year, including January and February, which logically have already passed.
So, without further explanation, these are the vehicles by number plates that have an ITV this year.
January: from JVZ through to JWN
February: from JWN through to JXF
March: from JXF through to JYB
April: from JYB through to JYT
May: from JYT through to JZP
June: from JZP through to KBM
July: from KBM through to KCH
August: from KCH through to KCV
September: from KCV through to KDK
October: from KDK through to KFC
November: from KFC through to KFW
December: from KFW through to KGN