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Why do over 9,000 customers choose Dexel for their MOT test each year?

At Dexel Tyre and Auto Centre, we have eight Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) approved MOT testing centres, each of which is independently audited each year to ensure we continue to exceed the highest industry standards.

We also take care only to appoint MOT tester who have demonstrated an honest approach to vehicle testing, keeping to our company's ethos of ensuring our customers receive great service with honest advice, at a fair price.

Book your MOT test
for just £30
with a Bronze Service.

Book your MOT test
for just £25
with a Silver Service.

Book your MOT test
for just £20
with a Gold Service.

It is important to bear in mind that an MOT test and a Vehicle Service are not the same thing.

An MOT test is an annual inspection consisting of specific checks designed to ensure that your vehicle meets the minimum road safety and environmental requirements of the UK. It is a legal requirement to have an MOT test carried out every year, once a vehicle three years old.

A vehicle Service is an annual task recommended by the Vehicle Manufacturer to ensure it continues to run smoothly, with the focus on preventative maintenance. A vehicle service involves renewing parts vital to the general health of the vehicle before they begin to fail, as well as performing more in-depth inspections of critical vehicle components.

MOT Test - Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you are more than welcome to wait in the customer reception while your MOT test takes place. An MOT test usually takes around 45 minutes, but we always allow an hour to be on the safe side.

However, please bear in mind, should your MOT identify any repairs that are needed, this could significantly increase your wait.

If your vehicle is coming in for its first ever MOT test, or if it has had a different registration plate, such as a private plate fitted since it's last MOT, then you will need to bring your vehicle's logbook (V5C).

Otherwise, besides ensuring there is enough fuel in the vehicle to run the length of the test, you need not bring anything with you.

If your vehicle fails it's MOT Test, you will need to have the defects identified as 'major' or 'dangerous' repaired to enable the vehicle to have a re-test and pass.
There may also be 'Minor defects' (Repair as soon as possible) or 'Advisories' (Monitor and repair if necessary) listed on your MOT Certificate or Refusal of MOT.

Having failed its MOT test, your vehicle may not be legal to drive until it is repaired and re-tested.
(Although we have no rights to withhold your vehicle should you choose to take it away).

If you wish to take your vehicle away to be repaired elsewhere, you are only legal to do so if your current MOT certificate is still valid and the vehicle did not fail with any defects listed as 'dangerous'.

The DVSA states that any vehicle is eligible for a free MOT restest if it meets either of the following two criteria;

  1. The vehicle stays at the MOT testing station, having failed its MOT test, with the necessary repairs re-test performed within 10 working days
  2. The vehicle is returned to the same testing station for a re-test by the end of the next working day, with the vehicle having failed exclusively on items from the following list.
  • battery
  • bonnet
  • bootlid
  • doors (including hinges, catches and pillars)
  • loading door
  • dropsides
  • tailgate
  • access panels
  • towbars (excluding body around anchorage points)
  • fuel filler cap
  • headlamp cleaning or levelling devices (that does not need a headlamp aim check)
  • lamps (excluding headlamp aim)
  • main beam 'tell-tale'
  • rear reflectors
  • mirrors
  • windscreen glass, wipers and washers
  • registration plates
  • horn
  • steering wheel
  • seats
  • seatbelts (but not anchorages), seatbelt load limiter and seatbelt pre-tensioner
  • brake pedal antislip
  • electrical wiring
  • trailer electrical sockets
  • sharp edges or projections
  • tailboard
  • tyre pressure monitoring system
  • wheels and tyres (excluding motorcycles and motorcycles with sidecar)
  • vehicle identification number (VIN)

  • The following items are relevant for Class 5 vehicles only

  • break glass hammer
  • door open warning device
  • emergency exits and signs
  • entrance door remote control
  • entrance/exit steps
  • stairs

PLEASE NOTE: This list is subject to change soley at the DVSA's descretion, so may become outdated. For the complete and up-to-date list, please visit the DVSA webiste.

Yes. As long as you bring the vehicles logbook (V5C) with you, we can issue you a copy MOT certificate for just £10.

The following branches have necessary DVSA approved facilities to carry out Class 7 MOT tests (Large Van MOT Tests).

  • Sheffield (Attercliffe)
  • Sheffield (Highfield) - Mr Exhaust & Tyres
  • Gainsborough
  • Market Rasen

Click below to book your Class 7 MOT tests (Large Van MOT Tests) at any of these branches.

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The following branches have necessary DVSA approved facilities to carry out Class 5 MOT tests (Minibus Large Motorhome MOT tests).

  • Sheffield (Attercliffe)
  • Market Rasen

Click below to book your Class 5 MOT tests (Minibus Large Motorhome MOT tests) at any of these branches.

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For more information about any of our branches offering MOT testing, follow the links below.

MOT Test in Lincoln (City Centre) MOT Test in Lincoln (Tritton Rd)
MOT Test in Gainsborough MOT Test in Market Rasen
MOT Test in Worksop MOT Test in Sheffield (Attercliffe)
MOT Test in Sheffield (Highfield)
(Mr Exhaust & Tyres)
MOT Test in Sheffield (City Centre)
(One Stop Motorist Centre)

MOT Test covering:

Body, vehicle structure & general items Tyres and wheels
Towbars Registration plates
Fuel system Lights
Exhaust emissions Bonnet
Exhaust system Wipers and washers
Seats Windscreen
Mirrors Horn
Brakes Steering and suspension
Electrical Vehicle identification number (VIN)

An MOT test is not the same as having your vehicle serviced. It does not check the vehicles general health and only checks very specific aspects of the list above, as set out by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).

Please select your relevant MOT type below:

Book a Class 5 MOT at Dexel Tyre & Auto Centre for £39 £39 Book a Class 7 MOT at Dexel Tyre & Auto Centre for £49 £49
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MOT Test covering:
Some important checks carried out by a Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) accredited MOT testers to see that your meets road safety, environmental and legal standards.
Servicing Options Bronze
26 point

44 point

56 point

Check vehicle service history.
Discuss any known faults or preexisting concerns with the customer.
Check for dashboard warning lights present on engine ignition and report.
Check for timing belt (cambelt) replacement interval and report if due.*^
Fit protective seat cover and floor mat.
Check condition and operation of windscreen wipers and washers.
Check condition of windscreen and report and defects.
Check and adjust tyre pressures of all tyres, including the spare.*
Check operation of exterior lights.
Check number plate condition.
Check horn operation.
Check Battery Condition.
Check charging system.
Check charging system.
Perform vehicle diagnostic system health check and report.^
Check air conditioning system pressure/output temperature and report.^
Check brake fluid renewal interval and report.^
Check anti-freeze/coolant renewal interval and report.^
Check for oil leaks.
Drain old engine oil.
Visually check the condition and security of the exhaust system.*
Visually check the condition of all tyres, including the spare.*
Measure brake pad thickness compared to the vehicle manufacturers minimum thickness and report.^
Measure brake disc thickness compared to the vehicle manufacturers minimum thickness and report.^
Check wheel bearings for excessive play or noise.
Remove road going wheels.
Strip, clean and check the condition of the vehicles wheel assembly based brake components(excluding handbrake shoes).*
Visually check brake pipes and hoses.*
Visually Check condition of brake pads.*
Visually Check condition of brake calipers.*
Visually Check condition of brake discs and drums.*
Check steering and suspension components for wear and corrosion.*
Check security of handbrake linkages and adjust if required.*
Visually check CV gaiters for wear and splits.*
Visually check shock absorber and report on any serious leaks.*
Replace sump plug washer as required (where not plug integrated).
Re-fit road going wheels.
Check gearbox oil and top up as required.^
Check differential oil and top up as required.^
Refill Engine oil
(Oil volumes over the allowance for each engine size break-point will incur an additional charge).
Check Brake Fluid and top up as required (if not renewed).
Check Anti-freeze Coolant and top up as required (if not renewed).
Check Windscreen washing solution and top up as required.
Check Power Steering Fluid and top up as required.*
Check condition of auxiliary belts (excluding cambelt).*
Replace oil filter.
Replace air filter.
Replace fuel filter
(Diesel only. Petrol subject to an additional charge if required / requested).
Check pollen filter replacement schedule and replace at customers request
(Subject to additional charge).^
Replace spark plugs in accordance with service schedule
(Longlife / platinum and more than 4 spark plugs are subject to additional charges).
Grease bonnet catch.
Grease door hinges.
Re-torque wheel nuts/studs.
Road test the vehicles.
Re-check engine oil level and top up as required.
Reset vehicle service light.^
Stamp service book (where available. Excludes digital service books).*

KEY: * Where visible and applicable. ^ Subject to data and tooling availability.