An MOT is a test for many vehicles over three years of age which can be used on public roads inside the Scotland. It’s an annual check to test the safety, exhaust emissions and road worthiness of vehicles, in order that it meets the minimal requirements by way of legislation with out in reality dismantling the car.

It will have to be noted that even if the certificates is legitimate for a year, it does now not imply that the vehicle will stay roadworthy for this period. As the vehicle owner, you will have to be sure that you perform common upkeep tests and have the car incessantly serviced via a good company.

Before buying a 2nd-hand vehicle it’s important that you check the MOT history. These are held on the MOT database and there are more than a few internet sites that may link you to this data. From November 2012, all certificates issued after this date have to point out the recorded mileage on the certificate. This very much helps to cut back car crime and you should use this data to take a look at that the car you might be planning to purchase is not displaying a false mileage.

We buy cars and vans that have failed their MOT test. It may be too expensive for you to fix the problems with your vehicle or you just may want to upgrade to a new model.

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