The law requires that everyone who uses a vehicle on the road must keep it in a roadworthy condition at all times. Once a year, roadworthiness is checked in the interests of road safety and the environment by the test we know as the “MOT”.
The first test is required once a car is three years old. With a minibus with more than 8 passenger seats this is also required once the vehicle is one year old. It should be clearly understood that the MOT is a minimum standard which your car should meet at all times; it is not a standard you should bring your car up to once a year.
Here is a comprehensive breakdown of what required during an MOT for family cars Click here
All our vehicles are sold with 12 months MOT or PSV* (Public Service Vehicle) test.
*PSV is only applicable to vehicles over 8 passenger carrying seats and that have a certificate of initial fitness and a tachograph if applicable.