Enter vehicle details to see a history of full MOT test details and mileage at the time of each MOT test.

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) and Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) have merged to form the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).

What you need to know

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You’ll need the vehicle registration mark and either:

  • the MOT test number (you can get this from the VT20 test certificate or the VT30 refusal certificate)
  • the document reference number from the V5C registration certificate (logbook) if you don’t have the MOT test number

Test history records start from 2005.

Checking if an MOT certificate is genuine

You can check if your MOT certificate is genuine by checking its details against what’s recorded online.

  • Takes around 5 minutes

Get started on the MOT history checker

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