COSTS of childcare and cars could be reduced as part of cost-of-living relief plans.
That could rescue drivers £55 per year.
While ministers are also planning a massive PR blitz urging families to take up the £2,000-a-year offer childcare costs.
Currently 1.3 million families are not taking up the offer of up to £2,000 a year childcare costs.
But last night the AA spoke out against the MOT changes.
AA’s Jack Cousens; said: “While well-intentioned, shifting the annual expense of £55 for an MOT to every two years could exacerbate the costs for drivers with higher repair bills, make our roads more dangerous and jeopardize jobs in the garage industry.”
A government insider said: “It was just a long interview to be chancellor.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18384264/childcare-cars-costs-slashed-plans-cost-of-living/ Childcare and car costs could be reduced under cost-of-living plans