All vehicles older than three years must pass the MOT Plymouth, which is a required safety inspection governed by the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency), every year.
An MOT check is a must if you want to make sure your car complies with all environmental friendly and safety regulations. Driving a vehicle with an invalid MOT certificate can result in several legal issues as well as significant fines.
Is your car’s MOT certification going to expire soon?
You can consider OBD Tech Plymouth in this regard as we offer reliable MOT Plymouth for Class 4 and 5 vehicles.
We are an authorised MOT check workshop with DVSA certification. In order to determine if your vehicle is roadworthy, our experts will conduct a number of MOT examinations in accordance with DVSA requirements.
MOT For Class 4 And 5 Vehicles
We will provide MOT Plymouth checks for the following classes of vehicles at our facility:
Class 4: Dual-purpose vehicles, automobiles with up to 8 seats, and private passenger cars with not more than 12 seats are all classified as class 4 vehicles. This class of vehicles also includes goods and services trucks with a dry gross of weight less than 3,000 kg.
Class 5: This category includes ambulances, school buses, and private passenger cars with 13 seats.
Checks Covered Under Our MOT Plymouth
While performing our MOT test Plymouth, our testers will rigorously abide by DVSA-approved regulations and examine the following components of your vehicle:
Your car's exhaust emission level is a key aspect in determining whether it complies with environmental laws. We will check a number of exhaust system parts, including the catalytic converter and resonator assembly and assess their conditions.
Wheels And Tyres
During our MOT inspections, we will also check your car's wheels and tyres to assess if they are in good operating order.
Your on-road safety depends on the suspension system. To make sure they are all operating at their best, we will inspect every part of the suspension system.
Apart from these components, we also check the following parts of your car:
- Seats and seatbelts
- Braking system
- Windscreen and wiper blades
- External and internal lights
- Overall vehicle bodycondition, and several more.
Our experts will assess the results of the checks and provide an appropriate MOT certificate for your automobile.
Our team will offer the VT20 certificate if your vehicle passes the test. Your vehicle’s roadworthiness will be confirmed for the ensuing year by this certificate.
We will, however, give a VT30 certificate if your vehicle fails the annual test. In such cases, our experts will explain the situation in detail and recommend a plan of action.
The issues in an MOT test are as follows:
Dangerous and Major: These problems can seriously impair the roadworthiness of your vehicle and jeopardise your and other road users’safety.
Please note: A vehicle that failed its MOT test must no longer be driven or even parked on a public road.
All issues must be resolved and a partial re-test must be carried out afterwards in order to receive a VT20 certificate.
Minor: These issues do not affect the MOT results. However, you must get the issues resolved to ensure they do not negatively affect your vehicle in the long run. These minor faults will be recorded and are checked especially during the next MOT.
In case you have any questions or would like to make a booking, please get in touch with us.
You can also book an MOT and many other services online using this website,
Hence, put an end to your “MOT Plymouth” searches and come to us.