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Print Your MOT Certificate at Home

by | 11 May 2019 | News

The Driver Vehicle Services Agency will now allow you to print of an MoT certificate at home, which should result in saving motorists around £6m per year. Between 2018 and 2019, more than 630,000 copies of MOT certificates were issued at a cost of £10 each, so this new system should save you money if you need a replacement.

“This new service is part of a Government drive to keep costs down for motorists and remove unnecessary barriers to getting out and about safely.” – Roads Minister, Jesse Norman

How Do I Access This System?

The system is already live and will allow you to view, save and print any car, van or motorcycle MoT certificate issued after 20th May 2018. Certificates for buses, lorries and coaches will also be available online in the future. To use the service, you will need to visit the DVSA website and enter both your vehicle’s registration number and the 11 digit reference number found in the V5C logbook.

What Happens if I Don’t Have Online Access or a Printer?

If you are unable to use the online service or don’t have access to a printer at home, you can still get a copy of your MOT certificate from us, but this will attract a £10 charge.

Where Can I Get My Car or Motorcycle MOT Test?

West End Service Station have been a fully operational MOT test centre for over 20 years and we can MOT anything with 2 or 4 wheels up to 550kg, which includes MOT tests for motorcycles, quad bikes, passenger cars, SUV’s and people carriers. To book your MOT, please call us on 01639 886352.