Authorised Examiners B Issue Date March 2019 21 a. notify DVSA via the Customer Service Centre orb. report the loss via MOT@dvsa.gov.uk The AE must send a full written account of the circumstances within one working day. 7. An AE may consider removing a Tester from the list of testers at any of the VTS(s) within their Authorisation to cover periods of extended absence. E.g. prolonged illness. This should be considered for periods in excess of 3 weeks. At the end of the period of absence the AE can reinstate the Tester to the list of testers. 8. The AE shall take reasonable precautions to ensure that all MOT Security Card users safeguard the cards and Passwords for which they are responsible. MOT Security Cards should be retained in the personal possession of the card user and not left unsecured. Outside working hours the security of the MOT Security Card is the responsibility of the card user. AEs must ensure that MOT Security Card users do not; a. disclose their Password to anyone b. share the MOT Security Card with anyone c. write down their Password d. leave MOT Security Cards in an unsecured location. e. Do not write your user ID, password or answers to their security questions on the card. Note: Nobody, including MOT Testing Service administrators or DVSA staff, are authorised to ask you for your user Password. Users must report any request to disclose their Password (or requests to change their Password to a particular value) to DVSA via the Customer Service Centre immediately.