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    What are the parts that are checked in MOT test?

    In general the MOT test is to ensure the minimum road safety and environmental standards. The parts which are checked in MOT test are Bonnet Catch, Brakes, Doors, Exhaust System, Fuel System, Horn, Lights, Mirrors, Registration Plates, Seat Belts, Seats, Steering, Suspension, Tires & Wheels...
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    Did I need to repay the MOT test fee?

    will have to bring your vehicle back to an MOT testing station to have a retest or re-examination before an MOT test certificate will be issued. The vehicle will be left at the station where it was originally tested, and then no additional fee is charged for a retest. In addition, if the...
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    How much should I pay for an MOT?

    The maximum charge for an MOT test is currently £54.85 and the MOT cost varies from the test classes. The above charge for Class IV and it is for vehicles with petrol and diesel engines. This includes cars, vans, campers, 4x4s and light commercial vehicles. In some cases the cost me be less in...
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    Did MOT test is a time taking process?

    MOT test is not a time taking process, it just takes approximately 1 hour to complete. If in case your vehicle fails in MOT test then you will be issued with a VT3O Certificate stating the items causing the failure of the MOT test. Make sure that you are clear as to what rectification is...
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    When my car will be eligible for MOT test?

    The MOT test for your vehicle is preformed by a professional when it is three years old and the purpose of this MOT test is to ensure the vehicle complies with road safety. There are different rules if you use it as a taxi. When your vehicle is tested, the MOT looks at some important items to...
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    Why MOT test is required for vehicles?

    MOT test is required to keep any vehicles driven on the road in a roadworthy condition. This test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. Also you must get an MOT test every year once your vehicle is 3 years old (or 1 year old in some cases - check the MOT fees...
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    I have lost my MOT certificate, what can I do?

    If any one lost their MOT certificate then it is not possible to pay the road tax. To get out of this problem the simplest way is to go back to the garage where the vehicle was tested, tell them the approximate date of the test and they should be able to give you a duplicate certificate. The fee...
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    I think the MOT test result is wrong, what should I do?

    Do you think your MOT test result is wrong then you can appeal. To do this you need to fill the form VT17, which is available from any MOT test centre, and contact VOSA within 14 working days of the test. Then VOSA will arrange to check your car within five days and you should pay another full...
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    What happens if my car fails in the MOT test?

    In general, if the vehicle fails in MOT test, you will be issued with a VT3O certificate stating the items causing the failure of the MOT test. If your car has failed and needs work doing on it, you’re allowed one free MOT retest – as long as your car doesn’t leave the MOT test centre. For...
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    What is an MOT test?

    M.O.T. Stands for Ministry Of Transport. This test is to keep any vehicles driven on the road in a roadworthy condition. The MOT test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. It isn’t the same as having your vehicle serviced and doesn’t check its general mechanical...
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    What are the parts that are checked in MOT test?

    In general the MOT test is to ensure the minimum road safety and environmental standards. The parts which are checked in MOT test are Bonnet Catch, Brakes, Doors, Exhaust System, Fuel System, Horn, Lights, Mirrors, Registration Plates, Seat Belts, Seats, Steering, Suspension, Tires & Wheels...
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    Did I need to repay the MOT test fee?

    If your vehicle fails the MOT test and has to have one or more items repaired, then you will have to bring your vehicle back to an MOT testing station to have a retest or re-examination before an MOT test certificate will be issued. The vehicle will be left at the station where it was originally...
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    How much should I pay for an MOT?

    The maximum charge for an MOT test is currently £54.85 and the MOT cost varies from the test classes. The above charge for Class IV and it is for vehicles with petrol and diesel engines. This includes cars, vans, campers, 4x4s and light commercial vehicles. In some cases the cost me be less in...
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    Did MOT test is a time taking process?

    MOT test is not a time taking process, it just takes approximately 1 hour to complete. If in case your vehicle fails in MOT test then you will be issued with a VT3O Certificate stating the items causing the failure of the MOT test. Make sure that you are clear as to what rectification is...
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    When my car will be eligible for MOT test?

    The MOT test for your vehicle is preformed by a professional when it is three years old and the purpose of this MOT test is to ensure the vehicle complies with road safety. There are different rules if you use it as a taxi. When your vehicle is tested, the MOT looks at some important items to...
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    Why MOT test is required for vehicles?

    MOT test is required to keep any vehicles driven on the road in a roadworthy condition. This test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. Also you must get an MOT test every year once your vehicle is 3 years old (or 1 year old in some cases - check the MOT fees...
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    What is an MOT test?

    M.O.T. Stands for Ministry Of Transport. This test is to keep any vehicles driven on the road in a roadworthy condition. The MOT test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. It isn’t the same as having your vehicle serviced and doesn’t check its general mechanical...
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    What happens if my car fails in the MOT test?

    In general, if the vehicle fails in MOT test, you will be issued with a VT3O certificate stating the items causing the failure of the MOT test. If your car has failed and needs work doing on it, you’re allowed one free MOT retest – as long as your car doesn’t leave the MOT test centre. For...
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    I think the MOT test result is wrong, what should I do?

    Do you think your MOT test result is wrong then you can appeal. To do this you need to fill the form VT17, which is available from any MOT test centre, and contact VOSA within 14 working days of the test. Then VOSA will arrange to check your car within five days and you should pay another full...
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