FAQs

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When Does My Car Need An MOT

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It is your responsibility to ensure that your vehicle is examined every 12 months. Without an MoT certificate, you will be unable to renew your road tax and your car may not be insured. Having a current MoT certificate is also a legal requirement in the UK.

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What Do I need For an MOT?

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Once you have booked your vehicle in for its MoT, remember to take your Vehicle Registration Document – often referred to as the 'V5' document – and a means of paying the current fee.

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What If My Car Fails it’s MOT?

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If the vehicle fails its MOT, it does not meet legal requirements and must be repaired to comply with MOT Test standards. The notes on the back of the report your Nominated Tester gives you will help you. Click here for details on how you can claim a re-test free of charge.

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Why Does My Car Need Servicing?

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Regular car servicing can extend the life of a vehicle. The reason for this is simple - defects are found before they become catastrophic. A small investment in routine car servicing and repair, plus a good inspection programme results in a good return on that investment.

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What Happens If My Exhaust Fails?

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Exhausts can corrode from both the inside and outside. How long your ehxaust lasts depends on how far and how often you drive your car rather than the length of time it has been fitted. Vehicles used for short trips around town tend to corrode their exhausts in a much shorter time and distance than cars used predominately for long journeys.

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