Class 7 MOTs are for commercial vehicles weighing 3,000kg to 3,500kg. Cars and smaller vans require a Class 4 MOT.

The MOT tests for both Class 4 and Class 7 vehicles are mostly the same, however Class 7 MOTs allow for heavier vehicles. In addition to the usual checks carried out in a regular MOT, the Class 7 includes an additional check of the tyres to ensure they are suitable for the extra weight, as well as a brake efficiency test. Find out what's checked in an MOT.

We offer Class 7 MOTs at dozens of our Autocentres nationwide, and our qualified Class 7 MOT centres are equipped with wider loading bays and five-tonne ramps for larger vehicles. To find your nearest Class 7 test centre, simply select Add to Basket above.

Many failures we see every day could be prevented by drivers carrying out some simple checks before bringing their vehicle in. Common avoidable faults include light bulbs, mirrors, wipers and washers. See our tips on how to pass your MOT first time

If your vehicle is undergoing its first MOT then a V5C vehicle registration certificate (log book) is required. This document is also required if your vehicle has had a change of registration plate since its last MOT. Inall other instances no documentation is required.

We would be grateful if you could remove as much weight from the vehicle as possible before your MOT test - an overloaded vehicle may result in a fail.

If your vehicle fails, it must be repaired and retested. You cannot legally drive your vehicle on the road until the repairs have been made and a certificate issued. Most repairs can be carried out onsite at the test centre on the same day, and we will always advise you upfront about any work that needs to be done.

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