MOT Fleet Management
Putting each vehicle in your fleet through an MOT test periodically is, of course, a necessity for keeping that vehicle legally roadworthy. Through NFS, a number of the suppliers within our network offer Class 4 and Class 7 MOT testing, allowing you to have the vehicle test completed, any failure items rectified and advisory items completed.
Class 4 MOTs
These are the standard classification of MOT for most cars and motor vehicles with up to 8 passenger seats.
Class 7 MOTs
This classification of MOT is reserved for light commercial goods vehicles with GVW between 3,000 kilograms and 3,500 kilograms in weight. A wide range of vehicles, including panel vans, transits, and pickups, can fall into this bracket. This MOT will assess many of the same aspects as a Class 4 test.
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Our Network Reach
The NFS network comprises trained and vetted suppliers based across all UK postcode areas and the whole of Ireland.
What is Included in a MOT?
A new car must receive its first MOT test by the third anniversary of that vehicle’s registration, though some new vehicles must be checked much sooner.
After getting MOT-tested for the first time, a vehicle must be re-tested annually. Both Class 4 and Class 7 MOTs check various aspects, including:
- The vehicle’s structure
- The fuel system
- Exhaust emissions, which must meet requirements
- Exhaust system
- Seat belts, including their condition and security