After a car reaches three years old it’s required to go in for an annual MOT test. These tests are a legal requirement that are completed in line with the DVSA guidelines - which are used to measure how roadworthy your vehicle is. Once the test is complete your vehicle will pass or fail. If your vehicle fails its MOT test we’ll be happy to retest it for you.
We recommend getting your MOT test done up to 28 days before your current MOT expires. Doing this will allow you to get your car repaired if it fails its MOT and it means you’ll be able to stay on the road. Another great reason why you should do this is so that your new MOT will last for 13 months because you got your car MOT tested earlier. The easiest way to check when your MOT is due is by referring to your MOT certificate. However, if you don’t have yours you can check when your MOT needs to be tested by using an online MOT checker. All you need to do is have your registration number available to put into the MOT checker tool online. We can also arrange to give you a copy of your MOT certificate even if you didn’t have your last MOT test organised with our garage.
At Deens Of Hampton Court, we are happy to supply customers with courtesy cars while their vehicle’s MOT test is being complete. This service is subject to availability and must be booked in advance. We also offer a ‘while you wait’ service if customers wait in our garage while the MOT test is complete. We have a cosy waiting room and can provide access to free wifi as well.