First, the first regulation tends to be that after the vehicle has failed to pass its MOT, the critical period of time for the completion of any repair and any pursuing re-test is just 10 business days subsequent to the initial day of test. This applies provided that your vehicle or light commercial vehicle is fixed and subsequently registered to have a re-test before the end of 10 trading days. If all of the above is accurate, then the computerised MOT test system all MOTing garages work with will likely, at this time, make it possible for us to register the family car and do the re-test.
The secondary rule is usually that during an MOT re-examination it's commonly a fact that a number of points may be re-tested speedily but on the contrary particular components might need significantly more specialised checking out.
And so whilst we, and practically every MOT garage, markets and offers FREE tests this can be, regularly, determined by when your family car is brought for its MOT examination in Newbury and subsequently exactly what the vehicle or light commercial van failed its MOT upon.
IMPORTANT - if perhaps your car failed the MOT test with us here in Newbury VOSA MOT centre and is at that point fixed by us, then it follows that we can generally facilitate the retest FREE (i.e. free of charge), and that is our thanks to you personally for opting to make use of our Newbury VOSA MOT test centre workshops.
If you're after greater clarification, then below is a number of the zero-cost retest items (if your car failed its MOT relating to any of these details then a fast track retest can be accomplished).