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MOT's in Telford

MOT’s in Telford from just £28.00

MOT TelfordMadeley Testing Station is the largest independent MOT test centre in Telford, Shropshire.

Our rates start from just £28.00 for a motorcycle MOT and go up from this dependant on vehicle class. (Class 4 – Car) MOT pricing is a competitive £45.00 rate (well under the £54.85 as set by VOSA) and we believe in fair, honest MOT testing. Other garages have been known to offer lower rates but work on a system of {fa7ea0d308a44b1ac9d46fcfac0b04e3dc1a84160d533d4576f35eb000dc8f62} of failures to tout for further work, we can assure you, we will never operate this way. Our honesty & integrity is important to us and is why so many choose us year after year. We also offer free re-tests (within the 10 working day period) so no extra fee’s are charged to you.

Our MOT test centre is Telford’s largest and was ‘purpose-built’ to support over 60+ Cars & Vans every day from it’s 4x dedicated Car & Van (Class 4 & Class 7) MOT ramps with professionally trained, seasoned technicians.

Motorbike MOTs


Car MOT’s


Van MOT’s


Minibus MOT’s


What does an MOT test consist of?

The MOT test checks the condition, operation, security and colour of your vehicles lights. The test will also check to see if the headlamp aim is correct.

The MOT tester will check the condition, security, legibility and the format of letters and numbers on your registration plate. The spacing and lettering on the number plate must meet current regulations and should not be altered in any way.

The MOT test checks that the Vehicle Identification Number, commonly referred to as the VIN, is present and legibly displayed on the vehicle. The VIN is a unique code including a serial number that is stamped on the vehicle. The location of the VIN varies from one vehicle manufacturer to the next.

The MOT tester will also check the steering and suspension components for correct condition and that the operation is correct.

Vehicle structure and body shell are checked during the MOT test for excessive corrosion or damage in specific areas of the vehicle. Any sharp edge can result in an MOT failure.

The MOT tester will check that the doors open and close correctly and that the latch is secure in a closed position. Front doors should open from both the inside and outside of the vehicle. Rear doors may need to be opened to gain access to testable items like rear seatbelts.

The mirrors on your vehicle are checked during the MOT test for condition and security

During the MOT the tester will check your vehicle’s wipers and washers ensuring they operate properly and give the driver a clear view of the road.

During the MOT the tester will check your vehicle’s windscreen for any chips or cracks. The maximum damage size is 10mm in the drivers’ line of vision or 40mm elsewhere in the remaining area swept by the wiper blades.

The MOT test will cover the horn’s operation for effectiveness and suitability.

All seatbelts including those in the rear of the vehicle are checked for type, condition, correct operation and security and that all compulsory seatbelts are in place.

Your vehicle’s front seats are checked for security during the MOT test.

The fuel system is checked during the MOT test for leaks and that the fuel cap fastens and seals securely.

The MOT test checks your exhaust emissions, ensuring that the vehicle is within the specified guidelines and that the exhaust is complete, secure, without serious leaks and silences effectively.

The MOT tests the efficiency of the vehicle’s braking performance, condition and operation. Most vehicles are tested on a roller brake tester.

The nominated MOT tester will check the vehicle’s wheels and tyres for a number of key points: the condition, security, tyre size and type and tread depth.

Book your next MOT online, today, with Madeley Testing Station