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  • Coronavirus: driving tests

    Find out how driving tests are affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) and what changes to expect when you take your driving test.

  • Coronavirus: driving theory tests

    Find out how theory tests are affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) and what changes to expect when you take your theory test.

  • MOT inspection manual: cars and passenger vehicles

    Inspection processes and rules for car, private bus and light commercial vehicle (class 3, 4, 5 and 7 vehicle) MOT tests.

  • MOT testing guide for test stations

    How the MOT scheme is administered, the rules for authorised examiners and testers, and the facilities and equipment you need.

  • 5. Axles, wheels, tyres and suspension

    Axle, wheel bearing, wheel and tyres, tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), and suspension (including springs, shock absorbers, and suspension arms and joints) rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • 4. Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment

    Headlamp, position lamps, daytime running lamps, stop lamps, indicators, hazard warning lamps, fog lamps, reversing lamps, lighting ‘tell-tales’, trailer electrical socket, electrical wiring and battery rules and inspection …

  • Carry out international road haulage

    What UK goods vehicle operators need to do to carry out international road haulage.

  • Introduction

    Definitions, vehicle classes, reasons to refuse to test a vehicle, narrow track vehicles, historic vehicles and inspection procedures for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • 1. Brakes

    Brake condition and operation, service brakes, secondary brakes, parking brakes, anti-lock braking system (ABS), electronic braking system (EBS) and brake fluid rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • 8. Nuisance

    Noise, exhaust emissions, engine malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) (sometimes called an engine management light or 'EML'), and fluid leak rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • 6. Body, structure and attachments

    Structure and attachments (including exhaust system and bumpers), and body and interior (including doors and catches, seats and floor) rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • Driving in the EU

    What UK drivers need to do to drive when visiting the EU

  • Coronavirus: driver and rider trainer guidance

    How driving instructors and motorcycle trainers should work safely during coronavirus (COVID-19), business support, and restrictions on driving lessons.

  • 3. Visibility

    Field of vision, bonnet catches, condition of the glass, the view to the rear, windscreen wipers and windscreen washer rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • 0. Identification of the vehicle

    Registration plate (number plate) and vehicle identification number rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • Transporting goods between Great Britain and the EU: guidance for hauliers and commercial drivers

    Guidance for haulage companies and commercial drivers moving goods between Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and the European Union.

  • MOT inspection checklist: cars and passengers vehicles

    A checklist for MOT testers showing the items that need to be inspected during an MOT test for a car or passenger vehicle.

  • Coronavirus: safely carrying out MOT tests

    Guidance for MOT managers and testers on providing MOT tests during coronavirus (COVID-19), including staying open and working safely.

  • 2. Steering

    Mechanical condition, steering wheel and column or handlebar, forks and yokes, steering play and electronic power steering (EPS) rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.

  • 7. Other equipment

    Seat belts and restraint systems, airbags, anti-theft devices, horn, speedometer, speed limiter and electronic stability control (ESC) rules and inspection for car and passenger vehicle MOT tests.