MORE than two million motorists have driven without an MOT in the past year, a poll suggests.
One in 14 drivers admitted they had broken the law.
More than two thirds said they knew that their MOT had expired, while a third said it was a genuine oversight.
Men were found to be marginally more likely than women to not have a valid MOT certificate.
And twice as many drivers aged 18 to 34 flouted the law as those aged 35 to 54.
Just one in 100 over-55s said they had done it.
Londoners were most likely to have no MOT, then people in Norwich
Insurer Direct Line quizzed 2,000 drivers and used DVLA data.
All vehicles over three years old need a valid MOT to show they are roadworthy and meet emissions standards.