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MOT tests (Ministry of Transport tests) are a scheme managed by DVLA to ensure that vehicles in the UK are roadworthy and meet pre-defined environmental standards.
Most vehicles will need an MOT test once they are three years old and then yearly. The MOT test takes the vehicle as it is at the time of the test. It does not guarantee that the vehicle is roadworthy.
If your vehicle meets the legal requirements of the MOT test it will pass its test and the test station will register this online with the DVLA. If it fails you will need to retest your vehicle.
MOT tests are carried out at a local garage that has been approved for MOT testing. These are called MOT test stations.
When a vehicle fails its MOT test, a failure document is provided which outlines the exact reasons why the vehicle failed. The document references the points as given in the inspection manual, which...Read More