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Any vehicle that is more than three years old today is lawfully required to take an MOT test to check the compatibility with the roads and the environmental standards. The motive and the scope of this test is to contribute more towards the government’s road safety policies and strategies. The electronic MOT test records will try to reveal only those conditions of the vehicles that are able to be tested at the time of checking.

Tips That Must Be Known While MOT Annual Training

  • This is very crucial to have an understanding of which person is carrying out the MOT tests. This vehicle testing should always be done by the authorized examiners at commercial garages and designated members. They are and should always be authorized and well-established by DVSA which is known as a Vehicle Testing Station (VTS). These stations and their employees are depending on the DVSA inspections for making sure that the MOT testing practices are properly carried and DVSA should always prove the test equipment.
  • The person who is testing who is extensively trained and approved by DVSA must always be performing the MOT tests. The tester who is specifically trained and approved by the DVSA should only perform MOT tests. The VTS must only be testing those vehicles and classes that have the authorization to test them.
  • There are many individual MOT training courses and MOT training modules for motorcycles, hefty good vehicles, and public service vehicles. The MOT testing has a duration of about 45 minutes or an hour (60 Minutes).

In a Nutshell! 

 As per the data, every year over 30 million MOT testers all across the globe. They are crucial to make roads a safer place and ensure that every MOT test is performed at proper standards. In 2018, DVSA offered a new risk structure to assess the testers and the stations that are not complying with the MOT testing requirements.


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