Get your Renault Pre- MOT check carried out for just £39.99 which also includes your Test Fee*.
For £59.99 we can even take your vehicle to the MOT on your behalf.
We will supply you with a full inspection report and won’t carry out any work that may be identified without your consent.
Should your vehicle fail the MOT after carrying out the work we recommended we will pay for the re-test.
As a road user you are obliged to keep your vehicle in a road worthy manner. If your Renault car is 4 years are older (3 years for a van) it must have a MOT every 12 months.
Why choose us to book your MOT?
Our technicians are Manufacturer trained and all parts and labour come with a 12 month guaranteed.
What will be inspected on my Renault?
- Bodywork, doors, mirrors
- Lights and horn
- Steering and suspension
- Tyres and wheels
- Windscreen, wipers and washer bottle
- Exhaust and emissions
- Seats and seatbelts
- Vehicle Identification Number
- Registration plate
* Class III Light Motor Vehicle & Class IV Motor Car & Heavy Motor Car
Frequently asked questions
What is an MOT test?
The MOT test ensures that vehicles over three years old are roadworthy, properly maintained and meet minimum safety and environmental standards.
Why do I need an MOT?
If you have a vehicle that is four or more years old, you are legally required to put your car in for an annual MOT test at an approved MOT centre. The MOT test will determine whether your vehicle is roadworthy or not.
How much does an MOT test cost?
An MOT test costs £30.50 (Test Fee) we are Bells a pre MOT check for £39.99 (including government test fee).
What is covered by an MOT test?
An MOT test covers all the components that make your vehicle work, from brakes and exhausts to steering and suspension.
How long before my MOT due date can I get my car tested?
You can have your MOT test carried out 28 days early without it affecting your MOT expiry date.
Do cars with free road tax still need to be checked?
All vehicles must pass an MOT test regardless of vehicle excise duty.
What are the most common causes of MOT failure?
Headlamps, light bulbs and tyre conditions are the most common causes. However, most of these can be avoided with some simple and regular car maintenance.