By law, all UK cars over three years old must have a valid MOT Test Certificate. The content and standards required by the test are set by the Vehicle Inspectorate. A valid certificate is also vital for insurance and tax purposes. No Valid MOT test certificate means your insurance is invalid and if an accident happens your insurance company may not pay out!
The MOT test can be carried out up to 28 days prior to the expiry date of your existing MOT certificate. So the best way to ensure you’re covered is to book your car in a month before your current MOT certificate is due to expire and your new certificate will be valid for 13 months worry and you don’t have to worry about the loss of cover.
Book your car in as soon as possible – we’ll simply post date your new certificate to the end date of the old one.
MOT Test Reminders
So why risk forgetting? Make sure you’ve got the test covered – call 0161 223 5335 or book online now. Better still book in for a service and get your MOT Test for free!! ( Click the link below for more details )
What does the MOT Test involve?
The annual MOT test is designed to ensure your car meets minimum road safety standards. It covers the alignment, positioning and effective operation, and any deterioration in capability of all aspects of the vehicle including:–
- Registration plates and vehicle ID number
- Bonnet catch
- Vehicle structure
- Seat belts
- Exhaust system
- Fuel system
- Tyres and wheels
Note: An MOT certificate only relates to the condition of testable items at the time of the test. It should not be regarded as evidence of the condition of the items tested at any other time nor should it be taken as evidence of the general mechanical condition of the vehicle.