MOT History Check

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    Mot history includes passed or failed status, mileage, MOT test advisory, and failure notes.

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    MOT History Check

    Instant MOT history lookup

    Vehicles over three years old must, by law, pass a yearly MOT test to show they are roadworthy. Here you can find out more about the MOT, including the most common simple reasons why vehicles fail it. There’s also a checklist to help you give your car the best chance of a pass, and avoid the potential cost and hassle of a re-test.

    Our Free MOT History includes:

    • MOT due date
    • MOT Mileage History
    • MOT Failure notes
    • Mot Advisory notes
    • MOT test certificate expiry date
    • Current MOT status
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    What happens if my car fails the MOT test? What happens if my car fails the MOT test

    If your car fails its MOT, the test centre will give you a VT3O Certificate showing the reasons for the fail. In most cases you’re allowed one free MOT retest.

    How much does an MOT cost? How much does an MOT cost

    It’s currently £54.85 for cars and motor caravans and £29.65 for motorbikes.

    Where should I get my car’s MOT done? Where should I get my car’s MOT done

    Any local MOT centre should be able to conduct a proper test.

    Can I drive without an MOT? Can I drive without an MOT

    If your vehicle is more than three years old, you can't drive without an MOT unless you're on the way to the garage for your pre-booked MOT appointment. You need to have valid MOT and insurance to drive.

    What work is carried out in an MOT? What work is carried out in an MOT

    The MOT tester will look at the body of the car, the vehicle structure and general condition of the car, ensuring that it’s free from excessive damage in any particular areas. They’ll also look at tow bars, fuel/exhaust systems, seatbelts, seats, doors, mirrors, load security, brakes, tyres/wheels, lights, the bonnet, the windscreen, wipers/washers, the horn, steering/suspension and electrical components.