Authorised Examiners B Issue Date March 2019 23 Viewing the Test 6. Any individual presenting a vehicle has the right to observe the test from the approved viewing areas) or via camera relayed images. Conduct of Test and Test Standards and Methods 7. AEs must ensure that the MOT tests are carried out without avoidable distraction or interruption and strictly in accordance with the conditions of their authorisation, which includes compliance with this Guide, the Requirements for Authorisation, the appropriate Inspection Manual, and any other instructions issued by DVSA. They must ensure that, for each test, the vehicle is registered on the MOT Testing Service at the commencement of the test, and on completion the appropriate test result is recorded and where required the appropriate documentation is issued before the vehicle leaves the premises. Also the Tester who carries out the test must make all assessments of any pass/fail criteria, confirm all database entries and sign all appropriate documentation. AEs must ensure that assistance is always available to Testers for those parts of the test that require it. 8. Once started, a test must be completed to the maximum extent safely possible (see paragraph 5 above. If a test has to be aborted because of equipment failure or because the Tester is unable to continue the test (e.g. because the Tester becomes unwell, no fee maybe charged. The reason why the test was aborted must be entered onto the system and a VT produced. If the Tester who started the testis not available to abort the test on the MOT Testing Service this can be done by another Tester.