Is your MOT due during the Covid-19 lockdown? If your MOT is due FROM 30th March, the expiry has been extended by 6 months. This means that you will not be required to get the MOT done before this time as long as your vehicle is kept in a road worthy condition. Those whose MOT is due up to and including 29th March still need to have it completed as usual. We are open at our Park Road site and are taking bookings to keep your car on the road allowing you to get your essentials. You can choose to have your MOT done at any time during this extension. Please notify us if you are not already a customer and we will remind you in 6 months time, should you choose to take advantage of the amnesty.
Read more on our News Blog: MOT Extension: Covid-19 Update
We are a licensed MOT testing station for Class I, II, & IV vehicles. This means we can test cars, vans and motorbikes. We have the equipment to test vehicles running on all types of fuel – petrol, diesel, LPG, hybrid and electric vehicles.
All cars over 3 years old are legally required to undergo an annual MOT test. An MOT test is a test to check the roadworthiness and safety of your vehicle at that point in time.
We send out MOT reminders either by email or letter, to every vehicle we have tested, a few weeks before it next becomes due.
You can now check when your MOT is due by visiting: https://vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk/
For newer vehicles, the first MOT will be due 3 years after the date of first registration.