We are now open. Thank you for your patience. We have a few of our team on hand to take care of your vehicles. In order to protect our team and keep you safe, we will be observing social distancing and are operating an appointment system. We will ask you to drop your keys into the letterbox and will advise you when your car is ready to be collected, payment by card will be taken over the phone.
If your car mot has been extended its important to remember it is your responsibility to ensure that your car is roadworthy and safe to drive.
If you were advised at your last MOT that repairs may be required, it is advisable to get your car checked, repaired & MOT'd as soon as possible.
MOT UPDATE FROM MARTIN LEWIS:
Drivers who have an MOT due from Monday 30 March onwards will be granted a six-month extension because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Transport Secretary has announced.
An MOT is a test of a vehicle's safety and road-worthiness - you must have a valid MOT certificate in order to legally drive a car, motorcyle or van. But there are fears that the national lockdown due to coronavirus could make it hard for drivers with MOTs due to get their vehicle tested and keep it on the road.
The Government said today that if the expiry date on your car, motorocyle or van's MOT is on or after 30 March, you DON'T have to get it tested by then.
Instead it will automatically grant a six-month extension to your current MOT - so fo example, if your vehicle's MOT was due to expire on 3 April, it will now run out on 3 October. However you will still have to keep your car in a roadworthy condition
We understand that this is a concerning time for everyone. We are have taken the decision to close for the duration of the lockdown. We want to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our customers and employees.
We will re-open on the 13th April, unless otherwise advised.
Thank you for your support and stay safe!