Getting an MOT

January 12, 2018

 

 

Cars and motorcycles MUST normally pass an MOT test 3 years from the date of the first registration and every year after that.
 

You MUST NOT drive a motor vehicle without an MOT certificate when it should have one. Exceptionally, you may drive to a pre-arranged test appointment or to a garage for repairs required for the test.

Driving an unroadworthy motor vehicle may invalidate your insurance.

Motor vehicles manufactured before 1960 are exempt from an MOT requirement, although they can still be submitted for a test voluntarily. Owners are still legally required to ensure their vehicle is safe and roadworthy. 

 

Get an MOT reminder
 

Sign up to get free reminders by text message or email when your MOT is due.

You’ll get a reminder one month before your MOT is due. You’ll get another reminder if you still haven’t had your vehicle tested 2 weeks before your MOT is due.

 

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