The MOT test conducted in UK checks the roadworthiness and environment-friendly factors of a four-wheeler. The test is done at the third anniversary of the vehicle's registration.
It is mandatory to have an MOT certificate as driving a car with faults can turn out to be risky and illegal. Leading to a fine of £ 2,500 and getting banned from driving. Moreover, it can lead to receiving three penalty points for driving a vehicle with dangerous problems.
So, if you want to avoid the above-mentioned issues, visit our TyreCityUK Creditline workshop and MOT station for a reliable MOT check. As a leading service station, we conduct MOT tests Dudley, car repairs and refurbishment services at an affordable price.
MOT tests are licensed and regulated by UK'S Driver and Vehicle Standard Agency (DVSA) to inspect every part of the car. Driving an MOT test failed car is considered illegal under the UK regulation. Therefore, the vehicles are classified as 1,2, 4,5 and 7 as per their weight, wheels, capacity and usage.
Class 1: This category includes motorcycles with 200cc engine movement.
Class 2: Two-wheelers and bikes with big engines belong to this group.
Class 4: Three wheelers, dual-purpose vehicle with 12 passenger capacity, motorhomes, general cars are class 4.
Class 5: This includes the vehicle with 13 seating capacity and the class 4 category cars.
Class 7: The cars with a weight of 3,500kg and the heftier commercial models fall into this group.
Please note: At TyreCityUK Creditline we only carry out Class4 MOT tests.
If you are checking for a trustworthy service station offering MOT for class 4, please contact us.
What are the parts checked during an MOT?
At our service station, our team of experts will first check the MOT history of the car, to figure out any recurrent problems and then begin the test. Some of the crucial car parts checked in MOT are:
Right here at the TyreCityUK Creditline service and MOT station!
Only centres with three white triangles in a blue sign are authorised to perform MOTs. We follow the UK government rules and give a VT20 certificate ( valid for one year) when your car passes all the tests. A so-called VT30 is issued for shortcomings of DSVA guidelines.
In case your vehicle fails the MOT test, you have to get all faults fixed within 10 days and then present the car for a partial re-test. Unless your old MOT certificate is still valid, you are no longer allowed to drive until then.
We ensure 100% customer satisfaction by offering additional features like a PRE-MOT test to make your car ready for the upcoming test.
Many people are struggling financially these days and are therefore worried about how to pay for an MOT test and maybe even for repair or service bills.
Please don't worry. We at TyreCityUK Creditline can help you. Whatever needs doing and whatever parts or tyres you need to buy; you can now pay in instalments. 12 months interest-free.