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4 Wheel Alignment Liverpool - The MOT test

Published on 8/12/2014
For additional information  Click Here



If your vehicle is more than three years old you will have to get
it tested every year to show that it meets the minimum road safety
and environmental standards.


There are different rules if you use the vehicle as a taxi.


An MOT certificate confirms that at the time of the test your
vehicle met, as far as can be reasonably determined without
dismantling, the minimum acceptable environmental and road safety
standards required by law.


An MOT certificate does not mean that the vehicle is roadworthy
for the life of the certificate and is not a substitute for regular
maintenance.



Records of MOT test results are held on a secure central database
connected to all MOT testing stations.


The document you receive from the testing station is your receipt
and shows the information that is held on the MOT database. It is not
proof of an MOT and you should not rely on it as such i.e. when
buying a used car.


Any recommended advisory work - potential problems not currently
severe enough to result in a test failure - will also be shown.



You can check the MOT status of a vehicle online if you have a
legitimate interest in the vehicle. You must be the owner, registered
keeper or be considering buying the vehicle.


You will need to know the vehicle registration number and the MOT
test number from the most recent 'certificate' or test refusal
certificate. If you don't have these you can use the document
reference number from the vehicle registration document (V5C).


The status check will confirm the date and mileage of the last
test and the expiry date.






Penalty for no MOT on vehicle




  • using a vehicle without a test certificate being in force
    carries a maximum fine of £1,000




  • if the vehicle is adapted to carry more than eight passengers
    the maximum fine increases to £2,500




  • failing to produce a test certificate to a police officer
    also carries a fine of up to £1,000








Conviction for any of these offences will not result in penalty
points being placed on a driving licence.






Do not get caught without an MOT, make sure you have a valid
certificate.






Here at Wheel Alignment and Balljoint Centre Ltd we carry out MOT
tests on Class 4,5 and 7 vehicles.






In the event that your vehicle might fail it's MOT, no retest fee
will be charged if your vehicle is brought back within 10 business
days.


For a price guide on all our MOT's , have a look at the image
below.






To make a booking, just give us a ring on 0151 9335111






Regards


Philip Faure









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