Book a Mot Test with Easy Garage

You can book a Mot online using our simple booking system - Mot from just £39.99

Book your MOT Online with Easy Garage

To get started select the Mot class required from the available Mot options we have below.

We are authorised by DVSA to carry out Mot tests on classes 4, 5 and 7 vehicles

To book your Mot test online, enter your registration number and select either class 4(car), class 5(minibus), class 7(commercial vehicles between 3000kg and 3500kg). At Easy Garage, we are a fully authorised Mot station. From there, you can pick the date and time you want to bring your vehicle into the garage. You can also add any extras you require later on in the booking process.

Check the Mot status of your vehicle


MOT testing is required by law on all vehicles in the UK that are 3 years old or more. The annual inspection follows strict criteria set out by the DVSA that determines if your car is fit for purpose and in a roadworthy condition. The MOT test covers a broad range of vehicle safety checks including lights, tyres, seatbelts and emissions and can only be carried out by an MOT garage with DVSA-approved examiners.

During the MOT test the nominated tester, a person accredited by the DVSA to assess your vehicle, will conduct a comprehensive inspection to ensure the vehicle is in a roadworthy condition. However, it is not the same as having your vehicle serviced and the MOT test does not check the general mechanical condition of the vehicle. Also, the assessment is based on the condition of the vehicle on the day.

If the vehicle passes, the nominated tester will separately list and inform you of any ‘advisory’ or ‘minor’ items that will require attention soon so you can keep an eye on them. If the vehicle fails, you may be entitled to a free re-test.

All vehicles 3 years old or more are required to have a valid MOT test certificate which should be renewed annually. It is your responsibility to ensure your vehicle is examined every 12 months. You can find the expiry date of your MOT on your existing MOT test certificate and you can have your vehicle MOT tested up to 28 days in advance.

The expiry date on your new MOT is 12 months from the expiry of your old one rather than 12 months from the day you took the test, so as long as your MOT test is due in the next 28 days, you won’t lose any days for having your vehicle tested early.

Without a current MOT certificate, you will be unable to drive your vehicle lawfully or renew your road tax. The penalty for not having an up-to-date MOT certificate could be a fine. Also, if the vehicle is involved in an accident, you may be asked to produce your MOT certificate. An insurance claim could be affected by the absence of your MOT, especially in the case of injury.

Recent computerisation of the MOT testing system by DVSA means police and mobile camera units can now check remotely to see if your vehicle has a current MOT.