At Sundon Park MOT Centre, we can offer online MOT booking for class 4 MOTs.
We can perform MOT tests for all kinds of class 4 vehicles (Cars, Light Vans and Small Minibuses). To get started, you can book your MOT using the booking system above.
Book your MOT online with Sundon Park MOT Centre
Right now you can take advantage of being able to book your MOT 24hrs a day 7 days a week with our simple to use online booking system
Once you have made the booking you will receive a confirmation e-mail within a few seconds, outlining the date and time which you have agreed. If your vehicle should fail the MOT test for whatever reason, we can write up a quote for the repairs that are required in order to get your vehicle into a roadworthy state. Should you approve the quote we will start the repairs at your earliest convenience.
Motorcycle MOT testing
We are able to offer MOT tests for motorcycles. You can book a test for the low fee of £29.95 using our online booking system above.
What happens if I pass my MOT?
Once your vehicle has passed its MOT test you will be issued with an MOT test certificate and a copy of the MOT failure certificate.
What happens if I fail my MOT?
If your vehicle should fail its MOT, you will have 14 days in which to effect repairs and present the vehicle back to the MOT station where you will get a free retest. This is of course dependant on your vehicle having enough time left before the old MOT expires.
You can present the vehicle for an MOT test up to 30 days before the MOT runs out without losing any time on the next MOT so ensure you plan ahead in case your vehicle does fail.
Email and SMS MOT reminders
Our sophisticated booking system will automatically send you a reminder 50 weeks after your last visit, to give you enough time to book your next test (providing you leave us with an email address and/or a mobile phone number).
MOT testing penalties
The penalty for not having a valid MOT certificate could be a fine. Also, if the vehicle is involved in an incident you may be asked to produce your certificate. An insurance claim could be affected by the absence of your MOT.
Did you know?
The penalty for driving without an MOT can be up to a maximum of £1000! and Police Vehicles with ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras fitted, know whether you have one or not straight away.