- Is your Audi, Volkswagen, Seat, Skoda, Porsche or any other car for that matter more than three years old?
- Did you know that it is a legal requirement for it to have an MOT test every year?
- We have invested in a state of the art MOT ATL (Automated test lane).This is the next generation in MOT testing and one of the most advanced in the UK.
Developed in collaboration with Beissbarth (Germany) the brake tester has approval by the Volkswagen group and PORSCHE with high speed rollers and 4 cell weighing system designed specifically for VAG 4 x 4 wheel drive systems including Audi’s Prestigious R8 Sports car and all new vehicles fitted with the electronic hand brake system.We use the latest ATL MOT test lane to get the job done fast and efficiently.
Should your car not pass its MOT the first time we are able to get most parts delivered to us same day.
Want to know when your MOT expires, check your MOT history or check that your MOT certificate is genuine?
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What’s an MOT?
Most vehicles that are older than three years must by law go through yearly roadworthiness checks. The MOT test makes sure that a vehicle meets the government’s minimum road safety and environmental standards
The MOT certificate
The MOT certificate confirms that at the time of the test, without dismantling it, the vehicle met the minimum acceptable environmental and road safety standards required by law. It doesn’t mean that the vehicle is roadworthy for the length of time the certificate is valid. The MOT certificate is also no guarantee of the general mechanical condition of your vehicle. The test doesn’t cover the condition of the engine, clutch or gearbox.
Ricci Concept emphasize the importance of regular servicing and maintanance.
How vehicles are tested
MOT test stations have designated test bays where they conduct the test, using a range of equipment that meets the required specification for MOT testing. The standard test procedures are laid out in an inspection manual that the test station should make available on request. If your vehicle has failed the test, you’ll be given a failure document with reference to this manual. You can watch the test from a designated viewing area but you are not allowed to interrupt the tester while he is working. All MOT testers have been on a training course with the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) and their test results are checked regularly