It is always best to keep your MOT Certificate as Advisories (notes on issues that need attention) that may need to be completed throughout the year or before your next MOT inspection.
Speak with the garage that did the test, they may be able to quote you on the work needed, but you only have 10 days to have anything fixed which needs fixing to receive your FREE re-test.
If you require a re-test you need to have any outstanding items to pass fixed within 10 days in order to qualify for a FREE re-test. If it is outside of this time frame you will have to pay for your MOT test again at our quoted rates for the service.
Some of the most common MOT failures are down to small, avoidable factors like tyre pressure, windscreen wipers and light bulbs. By carrying out a few simple checks before you bring your car in, you could save the hassle of a retest.
If you are coming to us for your MOT, you need to bring with you, your vehicles V5C (Vehicle Registration Certificate) and Vehicle Log Bookon its first MOT only. The only other instance for you to bring the V5C is if you have changed the vehicles Registration Plate number since the last MOT.