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What The Results Of Your MOT Mean

Jack Dreyer | Friday 1st April 2022 3:00pm

MOT test certificate

Not sure what your MOT test results mean? Want to find out if your vehicle is roadworthy or not? Read Kwik Fitís latest blog to learn how to respond to an MOT.

How Much Is An MOT Test & Service?

Bradley Jando | Friday 14th May 2021 4:18pm

MOT Engineer Performing Checks

While the cost of an MOT is capped, it's not fixed. We explain what happens, how much it costs, and the potential cost of not maintaining your vehicle.

What Fails An MOT Check? Answer: Badly Worn Or Damaged Tyres

Kwik Fit | Wednesday 12th May 2021 2:38pm

montage of worn and damaged tyres

A tyre's condition, pressure, usage and (crucially) tread depth result in 10% of all MOT fails. Learn more & discover how to ensure your tyres pass the MOT.

Is It Important to Check the MOT History of a Car?

Bradley Jando | Friday 23rd April 2021 4:37pm

Technician Conducting MOT Checks Under a Car Bonnet

The MOT history of a car can tell you a lot about the car itself. It can not tell you everything, but can certainly be used to gauge things. Find out more here.

What Are Class 7 MOTs And Do I Need One? Check Now

Bradley Jando | Monday 1st February 2021 10:47am

Vans on dual carriageway

Most people aren't aware of the difference between the 7 MOT check classes. Find out more about the difference between MOT test categories in our latest blog.

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