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MOT Information

Book your MOT Online with Merityre and take your vehicle into one of our DVSA approved MOT Test branches. All of our MOT Test stations have reached green rated approval levels and all Merityre MOT Testers are fully trained to the highest level.

Please note: We currently only offer class 4 MOT testing for cars and light commercial vehicles. MOTs for Class 7 & motorbikes are currently not available.

The MOT test is mandatory for vehicles which are three years and older and it is your duty as a vehicle owner to ensure that your vehicle MOT is annually renewed.

If your vehicle fails its MOT test Merityre Specialists will undertake a re-test FREE of charge within 10 working days.

During an MOT, your vehicle will be subject to a number of tests to ensure that it is roadworthy and complies with legal standards imposed by the driver and vehicle standards agency (DVSA).

A number of areas will be checked to ensure that they are in good working condition and operating correctly. These include lights, mirrors, tyres, brakes and steering. For a full run down of what will be checked during an MOT test at Merityre Specialists take a look at our guide.

If your MOT certificate has expired you cannot legally drive or tax your vehicle and if you are caught to be driving a vehicle that does not have a valid MOT certificate you face a £1,000 fine. In addition, driving without an MOT certificate could invalidate your car insurance.

The only exception for this is if you are driving the vehicle to a booked MOT test.

In the unfortunate event that your vehicle fails its MOT test, Merityre Specialists offer a free retest (within 10 working days) and we will be happy to offer you a quote on the repairs required to your vehicle for it to pass your MOT test.

A large amount of vehicles fail their MOT test due to things which could have been avoided, such as broken lights or tyres that do not meet legal requirements. To help prevent this, take a look at our helpful MOT checklist and help your vehicle to pass.