MOT testing service
Every year, we receive over 14,000 requests to correct MOT mileage readings through our contact centre and directly via GOV.UK. Incorrect readings can go unnoticed by vehicle owners at the time of test. But at the point of trying to …
In this blog post Helen Jacquest explains the changes we’re making to the AEDM role to make the role’s responsibilities clearer.
MOT demand could be higher this autumn so we've updated our toolkit to help you.
Chris Price explains more about the risk rating of garages and testers, and what this means for you. He also looks at future developments of the tool.
In his latest update, Neil Barlow explains what the MOT service team has been working on.
Keeping data about you and the area you work secure is a big priority for us and we want to reduce the risk of fraud.
In his latest update, Neil Barlow explains more about the security improvements we're making, how the new garage risk ratings will work and changes that are being made to the MOT manual.
With 1 month to go until the MOT changes on 20 May 2018, Neil Barlow explains how the new MOT defect categories will work.
A vehicle that needs a particulate filter and doesn’t have one should fail its MOT. If you pass it knowing that it doesn’t have one, you’re harming the environment and committing fraud.
You told us you wanted to know more about what we’re adding to the MOT testing service and what happens when it’s taken offline in the evenings.
So, this will be the first in a series of regular blogs that looks at what we've been working on behind the scenes.