Yes, you can book your vehicle in for an MOT using our online service booking. Please remember that if you are still worried about bringing your car in, the Government has announced that from 30th March, cars, motorcycles and light vans will receive a six-month exemption from MOT testing, in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
With the MOT extension in place, essential travel to pharmacies, essential food shopping and key workers which cannot work from home are still able to use their vehicles to travel.
If your vehicle is due an MOT on or after 30th March, your MOT due date will be automatically extended to six-months after your original date. However, despite the extension, drivers are still required to ensure their vehicle is in a road worthy condition - maintaining yours and other road user's safety. It is still a prosecutable offence to drive an unsafe vehicle.
The AA has published a useful article to help keeping your vehicle maintained during this period. www.theaa.com/driving-advice/laying-up#guidelines
Further information regarding what to do if your MOT and vehicle tax are both due to run out whilst you are self-isolating can be found on the link below.
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