MOT Matters2020-10-23T11:20:04+00:00

MOT Matters

The MOT Club donates £200 to TrustFord’s Charity Efforts

The MOT Club donates £200 to TrustFord's Charity Efforts. The MOT Club is proud to be supporting TrustFord's "Breakout for BEN",  the charity dedicated to supporting the people of the automotive industry, providing support for life for them and their family dependents. For many years TrustFord has partnered with [...]

By |February 4th, 2021|

MOT security cards to be phased out

The DVSA is to phase out its MOT security cards in favour of an app from early next year, it has announced. The new app will generate a six-digit code which will allows access to the MOT testing service with a single authentication a day. A DVSA spokesperson said: [...]

By |December 18th, 2020|


2020/21 ANNUAL MOT TESTER TRAINING ASSESSMENT The 2020/2021 Annual Assessment has now been extended until 30th April 2021. The average pass mark so far is 84%. Candidates can take three attempts for the current Skills and Education Group fee of £35. Details of how to access a resit are shown [...]

By |December 8th, 2020|

MOT Tester Training Courses Continue

MOT Tester Training Courses Continue at the MOT club.   Our MOT Tester Training Courses are still underway, and we are doing everything we can to ensure our training centres are ready for you.   All training centres will have the NHS Track & Trace QR Codes, and clearly displayed COVID-19 Guideline posters at [...]

By |November 12th, 2020|

The MOT Club Undergoes a full Rebrand

Following The MOT Club’s successful 20th Anniversary celebrations, it was decided it was time The MOT Club Undergoes a full Rebrand ! 2020 seemed like the perfect time to give the brand a modern “Lick of Paint”.   With successful launches of the MOT Training Website (, our “SiteCheck” Compliance [...]

By |October 20th, 2020|

Safeguard Your MOT Tests with Routine

DVSA are once again undertaking regular Site Reviews, so we should all monitor our level of compliance. It has become evident that many VTS's are using procedures that fit into their ‘company’ systems, which are not necessarily the DVSA's. Probably the best cure is to remember the old adage, ‘When [...]

By |September 3rd, 2020|

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    "During our phases of expansion and to keep the high
    standards we achieve at Marshall Motor Group, The MOT Club have ensured we achieve the same same level of quality in our MOT Test Bays. They help us structure and monitor
    the programme, thus ensuring we achieve total compliance
    to the required standards set down by the DVSA."

    Marshall Motor Group

    "Bristol Street Motors joined the MOT Club in 2002 when the Group had 19 Vehicle Test Stations. Now as Vertu Motors, and having 90 VTSs, the MOT Club continue to ensure that the Group strive to attain and surpass DVSA standards."

    Bristol Street Motors,
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