MOT Testing
Everyone who uses a vehicle on the road is required to keep it in a roadworthy condition.

The purpose of the MOT Test is to ensure that cars, and other vehicles are checked at least once a year to see that they comply with key road worthiness and environmental requirements.

The MOT is a highly specialised examination of the majority of the safety-related components on a vehicle to ensure that they have not worn to such an excessive level so as to render the vehicle unsafe for the road, it also includes a test on the vehicle’s emissions.

An annual MOT is a legal requirement for all vehicles over three years old. It provides you with peace of mind and allows you to rectify any problems immediately.

What The MOT Test Covers
Body and vehicle structure, fuel system, exhaust emissions, exhaust system, seat belts, seats, doors, mirrors, load security, brakes, tyres and wheels, registration plates, lights, bonnet, wipers and washers, windscreen, horn, steering and suspension and vehicle identification number.

The UK MOT test now covers over 150 checks of safety-related and emissions systems, you can book an MOT at Manor Garage up to 28 days in advance of its due date.

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A good servicing record will enhance the value of your car when you come to sell the vehicle. Therefore having your vehicle regularly serviced can extend the life of your vehicle as well as allowing faults and defects being spotted before they become major costly problems. All work carried out at Manor Garage are by our highly skilled and qualified mechanics with extensive experience in the industry.

What We Offer
Interim Servicing is ideal for vehicles used for short, mainly urban journeys or for those who wish to service vehicles doing very high mileage more regularly. An Interim Service every 6,000 miles or 6 months helps keep your car safe and roadworthy between full services. A Full Service is ideal for an annual maintenance programme for your car and recommended every 12,000 miles or 12 months – whichever is soonest.