MOT & Servicing



  • Please note any defects which in your opinion make the vehicle dangerous to drive
  • Balance (wheels not locked)
  • Front Imbalance
  • Front / rear seat belts, seat security
  • Rear fog tell tales, ABS warning light
  • Switches (position lamp, headlamp)
  • Indicator, hazard switches
  • View to front, wipers & washers
  • Brake pedal, servo operation
  • Handbrake, steering wheel & column
  • Front doors, mirrors, horn

Under Bonnet

  • Vehicle structure
  • Braking systems
  • Exhaust system
  • Fuel system
  • Steering & suspension
  • Power steering components


  • Full emissions test carried out at idle and revs

Brake Performance

  • Brakes fully tested on rolling road

Exterior Checks

  • Front / rear registration plate (class V N/A)
  • Front lamps, including indicators
  • Headlamps and headlamp aim
  • Mirrors, front & rear shock absorbers
  • Front / rear wheels, tyres<
  • Rear lights, rear fogs, number plate lamps
  • Number plate, stop lamps
  • Fuel tank cap
  • Indicators, hazards
  • Rear doors & boot lid
  • Wiper blades
  • General condition of the vehicle

Under Vehicle Inspection

  • Steering inc. power steering
  • Drive shafts (if applicable)
  • Front suspension, shock absorbers
  • Front & rear wheel bearings
  • Wheels and tyres
  • Service brake control
  • Mechanical brake components
  • Parking brake system, exhaust system
  • Fuel tank & fuel system
  • Rear suspension inc. shock absorbers
  • Structure, general vehicle condition


Having your car serviced at regular intervals will extend the life of your car as well as save you money on future repair bills, as defects can be detected early and repaired before they increase in costs as well as potentially becoming unsafe.

Routine car servicing plus a good inspection programme results in the following benefits to you:

  • Oil Change
  • Reduced cost of repairs over the life of the vehicle
  • Reducing unforeseen and possible breakdown risks
  • Reduced vehicle time off the road
  • Less inconvenience and less unforeseen expense
  • Less likelihood of car accidents
  • The possibility of greater fuel economy
  • The possibility of increased product life e.g. tyres last longer, brake discs do not become scored and in need of replacement