Here’s a video demo of the new MOT testing service. You'll see some of the screens you'll be using to enter test results when it goes live in 2015. The screens are based on feedback from members of the MOT trade.
MOT testing service
DVSA will be emailing an online survey to all single-site authorised examiners (AEs) week commencing Monday 24 November. This is to help check whether you have the right IT equipment and are ready to switch over to the new testing system in 2015.
DVSA is on track to roll-out the new web-based MOT testing system between April and August 2015.We’re making good progress finalising the ‘testing’ part of the new system, which will be rolled out step-by-step from April 2015.
DVSA is asking garages and testers to check and update their contact and other details ahead of the switchover to the new MOT testing system in 2015.
For a while now, ‘items not tested’ on MOT Comp has caused some confusion for testers. As a feature which was originally built to be used only by Vehicle Examiners, it was also being used by Nominated testers. This wasn’t the intended use and we’ve decided to simplify the rules.
DVSA is building a new ‘web-based’ MOT testing system to replace MOT Comp in 2015. Over the course of 2015, all VTS devices will be turned off and you’ll all need to have the right IT equipment in place in order to access the new system and carry on testing.
As MOT Modernisation heads towards giving garages a new up-to-date testing system, we ask Transition Manager, James Body, to take us through what will happen during the switchover process.
We’re looking into making buying slots quicker and easier and thinking about removing cheques from the current list of payment options.
You’ll need to have the correct browser installed on your testing IT equipment to access and use the web-based testing system which MOT Modernisation is building. Here we talk about the options and the easiest way to make sure your web browser is up to date.
DVSA are building a new 'web-based' MOT testing system to replace the existing VTS devices and to bring testing into the online era. This video looks at what testers can expect from the new system and how it will improve the quality of MOT testing in the future.