Buying a used car comes with a fair amount of risk. It's crucial you know the full story behind the vehicle you're considering. The first thing on any prospective buyer's checklist should be to find out the full MOT history. This is simple and easy to do via the gov.uk website. By doing this you'll find out: the post-2005 MOT history of any vehicle in England, Scotland or Wales. Click the start button below to get started.
Check my MOT history (vehicle registration number required)
You'll be able to find out:
Test results are available to view as soon as the garage posts them.
UK law states that if a car is over three years old, it will require an MOT on an annual basis to ensure it is safe, roadworthy and in line with emissions regulations.
No. Checking your MOT history is free via gov.uk.
You can, but you must not interfere.
Your vehicle will be re-tested for free up to 10 days after the failed test.
Yes, at extremely competitive prices! £17 for an MOT with a service; £35 without.
For a comprehensive MOT inspection schedule - select your vehicle here.
You can. The remaining time will be rolled over onto the new certificate.