MOT for your car, van, 4x4, Commercial Vehicle or Motorcycle

Ash Vale - Cranleigh - Chilworth - Guildford

For all of our Hampshire based customers, we can carry out Car, Van, 4x4 and Class 7 MOTs at our All NEW Ash Vale Branch from only £35.00*

We carry out MOT tests at the following Branches: Click to book online

  • GTC Ash Vale: Car, Van and 4x4  and Class 7         -  01252 413013
  • GTC Cranleigh: Car, Van and 4x4                             - 01483 276525
  • GTC Guildford: Car, Van and 4x4                             - 01483 562300
  • GTC Motorcycle: Motorcycle, Moped and Scooter - 01483 663400

An MOT test can be carried out while you wait in all of our branches and can be viewed from the viewing area or simply relax in one of our reception areas with a coffee and a magazine. Alternatively you can leave it with us and pick it up at your convenience after the test.

Our Class 4 and Class 7 MOT slots run every 45 minutes throughout the day, and Class 2 every 30 minutes.

*When carried out with any Service

 

Prices:

Exclusive Web Offers - Click to book online

Motorcycle (Class 1 & 2) - £25.00 (£20 with any Service)

Class 4  (Car, Van, 4x4) - £45.00 (£35 with any Service)

Class 7 - £50.00

Duplicate Certificate - £10

*MOT Test fees are not subject to VAT

 

 

Having a valid MOT test certificate for your Car, Van, 4x4, Motorcycle or Commecial Vehicle is a legal requirement and whilst no one enjoys 'that' visit to a garage we do our best to make it as painless as possible.

We are a DVSA approved  Authorised Examiner and are approved and equipped to carry out  Class 1 & 2, Class 4 and Class 7 MOT tests.

  • Class 1 & 2 is for Scooters, Mopeds and Motorcycles
  • Class 4 is Cars, Vans and 4x4's up to a maximum of 3,000kg and also includes Electric and Hybrid vehicles.
  • Class 7 is for Commercial Vehicles between 3,000kg and 3,500kg

 

Is Your MOT Due?

Check to see when your MOT expires: www.vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk

 

What's tested?

Body or vehicle structure and general items
Free from excessive corrosion or damage in specific areas. No sharp edges likely to cause injury. Towbars for security, condition, inappropriate repairs or modification. Correct operation of 13 pin electrical socket. Speedometer condition and operation. Engine mountings.

Fuel system
No leaks. Security and condition of pipes or hoses. Fuel cap fastens and seals securely. Note the fuel cap will need to be opened. Make sure the key is available.

Exhaust emissions
Vehicle meets the requirements for exhaust emissions, dependent on the age and fuel type of the vehicle.

Exhaust system
Secure. Complete. Catalyst fitted where one was fitted as standard. Without serious leaks and is not too noisy.

Seat belts
All the seat belts fitted are checked for type, condition, operation and security. All mandatory seat belts must be in place. Check of the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) for air bags and seat belt pre tensioners.

Seats
Driver's seat can be adjusted. All seats for security and seat backs can be secured in the upright position.

Doors
Latch securely in closed position. Front doors should open from inside and outside the vehicle. Rear doors should open from outside the vehicle. Hinges and catches for security and condition.

Mirrors
Minimum number required, condition and security.

Load security
Boot or tailgate can be secured in the closed position.

BrakesCondition including inappropriate repairs or modifications, operation and performance (efficiency test). Note the removal of the road wheels and trims are not part of the test. ABS or electronic stability control (ESC) where fitted. Check of the MIL for ABS, electronic stability control, electronic park brake and brake fluid warning.

Tyres and wheels
Condition, security, tyre size and type and tread depth. Spare tyres are not inspected. Note: vehicles first used on or after 1 January 2012 - check of the MIL for tyre pressure monitoring.

Registration plates
Condition, security, colour, characters correctly formed and spaced.

Lights
Condition, operation including HID and LED headlamps for cleaning, self levelling and security. Headlamp aim. Main beam warning light.

Bonnet
Securely latches in the closed position.

Wipers and washers
Operate to give the driver a clear view ahead.


Windscreen
Condition and driver’s view of the road.

Horn
Correct operation and of suitable type.

Steering and suspension
Condition, steering oil level, operation, a check for inappropriate repairs or modification including corrosion to power steering pipes or hoses. Operation of steering lock mechanism. Check of the MIL for electronic power steering and steering lock.

The vehicle identification number (VIN)
Is on vehicles first used on or after 1 August 1980. Only one unique VIN is displayed except on multistage build vehicles.

An MOT certificate confirms that at the time of the test, without dismantling, the vehicle met the minimum acceptable environmental and road safety standards required by law. It does not mean that the vehicle is roadworthy for the life of the certificate.

The test does not cover the condition or serviceability of the engine, clutch or gearbox.