Our MOT check service includes the current MOT status and expiry and a full list of every MOT test including whether it passed of failed as well as all advisories, recorded mileage and notices.
Not only that, but with every check you get the most comprehensive free Car History Check as well. Including our Carcheck123 history timeline, our Charging Zone checker that tells you if you need to pay for entering any LEZ or ULEZ in the UK and more.
Whether you are looking to buy a car or check your existing motor, an MOT check is an invaluable tool for gauging the history and current status of a vehicle.
They are useful for identifying recurring mechanical faults and getting a feel for whether the car has been well maintained by any previous keepers.
Beyond that, a valid MOT certificate ensures that a vehicle meets the minimum safety standards for driving on UK roads.
Unless your vehicle is MOT exempt, it will need to pass an MOT test every year after it is three years old. Driving a vehicle without a valid MOT is against the law and can lead to a driving ban, three points on your license and a fine of up to £2500.
Most insurance cover will also be invalid if the car doesn’t have an MOT, which can have additional penalties if you have an accident driving without a valid certificate. When buying a used car, we’d recommend being wary of any vehicle that doesn’t have a valid MOT certificate or one that is soon to expire.