Couple of bimbos.
Driving five miles for a walk, when they could have just opened their front door and walked outside, is definitely not within the guide.
Whilst it is true there's no laws regarding set distance for an MOT they can nick you for driving an unroadworthy vehicle.That is exactly right, like much of UK law, it has been left open to some interpretation, in the expectation that some common sense will be used by the individual in interpreting the intention. If your MOT expires there is no set distance you are allowed to drive to have your car MOT'ed, if it fails, then you are allowed to then drive it to a place where it can be satisfactorily repaired - assuming it has no immediately dangerous faults. You would need to be able explain if stopped by the police, why you were driving so far to get these things done, but providing you had some reasonable excuse ready, there would be nothing they could do to prevent you.
Just wondering, if anyone dies within 28 days of being vaccinated, will it be classed as a vaccine death?