William’s Garage – MOT Testing and Servicing

Class 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7 MOT testing available

At William’s Garage, we’re committed to providing quality MOT tests for a wide range of vehicles – we can service class 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7 vehicles. MOT tests are important as our mechanics will check to see whether your vehicle is roadworthy or not. It allows you to stay safe on the road and have a vehicle that drives more efficiently and with ease. Our highly-qualified technicians are trained to the highest standards. We are proud to offer our customers a reliable service.

We have our customers best interests at heart

If you want the opportunity to experience complete control over your MOT test, consider coming to visit our garage in Otterbourne. Our services are tailored around what’s convenient for you, for example, we offer a free collection and delivery service for our customers. You can arrange it at a time that’s most convenient for you so that it can fit into your schedule. If you’d prefer, we offer a ‘while you wait’ MOT service. This allows you to wait in our accommodating garage waiting room while your vehicle’s MOT test is complete. We’re also proud to offer flexibility in our services as we’re open six days a week from Monday to Saturday.

DVSA Approved MOT Test Centre

William’s Garage has been trading for over 37 years and has a vast range of knowledge and experience in the motor industry. This is why we’re trusted within our local community. Our garage is the place local people come for trusted car services including MOT testing. As an independent garage who are passionate about the work we do, we’ll always offer you a competitive price to fix your vehicle should it fail its MOT test. Not only that, but we can also retest your vehicle for you if necessary. By law, your vehicle is required to take an annual MOT test if it’s over three years old. During the test, your car will be tested against certain criteria set out by the DVSA. It is completed to ensure that your vehicle meets the minimum safety requirements to be driven on public roads. If you want your MOT test completed to the highest standards it’s important to make sure that you get the test completed at a DVSA approved Test Centre.

What happens to your vehicle during an MOT

Our mechanics perform a series of safety inspections and tests on your vehicle following guidelines from DVSA. When the test is completed you will be given a certificate or refusal document, depending on whether your vehicle passed or failed the MOT. This document will have notes on what to do after the test has been completed. All of these tests are now computerised and you can view your vehicle’s MOT history online at any time. We always recommend keeping hold of your MOT certificates for the service history of your vehicle.

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