In accordance with the law, every car over three years old in the UK is subject to a yearly MOT test. An MOT certificate is actually required to be able to drive throughout the UK. But what is the deal with annual MOT tests?
If you’re a car owner, you have to leave your vehicle every year at a test centre or a garage, and then sit, wait, and hope it doesn’t need big repairs. MOT tests, in other words, aren’t really something to look forward to. Even for many car owners, the MOT test process may not be on their top to-do list.
The truth is, car servicing is very important when it comes to driving a car safely. We have talked about it previously in another post. In this guide, we’ll provide a quick explainer of MOT tests and what they are for. We’ll also include the common faults and problems to watch out for to help you prepare for the test.