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What is a MOT?


A MOT is something which is mandatory for all cars which happen to be over three years old. This is a mandatory test which ensues tests for the cars roadworthiness, and regular MOT testing is required by law.

 This can be done at a MOT Conwy Centre or even a local council test centre, depending on your preference. It should be kept in mind that local council centres do not carry out repairs, so if something is wrong it can be quite an arduous task to get your car to where it can be repaired. There are a number of excellent MOT Conwy Centres, which can repair your car whether the issue is big or small, all in one.

The thought of having a MOT done every year isn’t a good one, and can often conjure thoughts of budgeting and unnecessary expense, but it really needs to be done. A car is a complex machine with hundreds of different ways of which accidents can be caused (and even better – a complex machine with all of that, that can travel at 110mph) so it really does stand to sense to ensure that your car is behaving as it should in every single way, shape and form before it can be brought to the road.

That’s not all which is included in a MOT - With the increasing awareness of the environment, emissions testing is also something which is evaluated when you get your MOT.

MOT Costs are typically a maximum of £54.85 for cars and £29.65 for motorbikes, but this doesn’t include the cost of repairs.

Anything that needs to be done is charged separately, and most garages won’t lay a finger on your car unless authorised by you. Take North Wales Honda, for instance. An established and reputable garage, North Wales Honda promise that should the worst happen and your car need repairs before it can be driven away, they will let you know of the issue promptly, and ask you whether you wish for them to work on it or not. They’ll provide full advice to you – not a gigantic bill you have no say in.

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