An MOT (Ministry of Transport) test is an annual assessment of a car’s safety, emissions and roadworthiness,
required by law in the UK for any car that is three or more years old. The checks ensure that your vehicle
is safe for the driver and all passengers, as well as for other road users.
MOT checks can only be carried out at garages with technicians that have been officially certified by the
DVSA (formerly VOSA). Cars that do not have a valid, up-to-date MOT certificate are not legally allowed
to drive on UK roads and may have their insurance invalidated.
- Vehicle Identification Number
- Steering and suspension
- Registration plate
- Windscreen, wipers and washer bottles
- Seatbelts and seats
- Brakes, wheels and tyres
- Bodywork Doors
- Fuel system and emission levels
All prices include VAT
|Mini-buses up to 12 Seats
|Good Vehicles up to 3,000 DGW
|Goods Vehicles 3,000Kg > 3,5000Kg DGW
We offer a full range of garage services to vehicle owners in the Frome area. We can help
you with everything from an oil change to an engine change.
- We make vehicle repair more convenient for you
- We are a friendly and professional group of people
- We handle a wide range of car services
- Same day service for most repairs and maintenance
- We get the job done right — the first time
How often do I need to have my vehicle tested?
Your vehicle needs to undergo an MOT test once it becomes 3 years old. Then it has to be tested every 12 months.
How early can I present my vehicle?
You can bring your vehicle in for an MOT test approximately 1 month before it is due. The 'earliest presentable date'
will appear on your previous MOT pass certificate (where applicable).
How can I check when my MOT test it due?
You can find out online as to when your next MOT test is required. Simply follow this link and
enter your car licence plate. (Link opens in a new window)
What happens if it fails?
Your vehicle can be repaired on-site, or taken away for repair if you prefer. We will always contact you to discuss any
points of failure or advisory before undertaking repairs. You can re-present your vehicle for a FREE re-test of failed
components within 10 working days