My CR-V is due for its first MOT and has covered just over 14k miles. I booked it in with my local Honda dealer but on the day they could not do the MOT due to not being able to undertake a handbrake test due to ICE and snow being around their property! The garage said that they have to use a tapley (type) meter to check the handbrake on the CR-V. They use the ground outside their building to undertake the tapley test. Does this sound correct? If the snow and ICE remains for a couple of months this would surely stop all tests on CR-V vehicle? I would have thought that modern rolling brake testers are designed to cope with 4WD vehicles such as the CR-V. Your advice. / experiences in this matter would be appreciated .