An MOT test is a mandatory test required once a year on vehicles over the age of three. With set safety standards established by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, our team at FTS Auto Repairs will check whether your vehicle meets the standards in order to pass the MOT test.
We’ll check your lights, horn and bodywork, as well as all interior and exterior components of your car for the required level of safety. Your MOT test will flag up any repairs needed in your car, whether minor and advisory or major repairs that are needed so you can remain safe on the roads.
At FTS Auto Repairs on Forton Road, Gosport, we make sure that your MOT test runs as smoothly as possible. We also provide a free MOT checker if you’re not sure what date it is due, just enter your registration details if your car is older than 3 years old and the date will appear with access to our prices.
At our garage in Gosport, we have 1 MOT bay, 3 ramps and the latest technology available to guarantee that our customers receive only the most accurate of results, every time they choose to use our garage.
We aim to keep our customers informed of their MOT process as soon as we can, so whether your vehicle passes or not, you’ll know exactly what is going on with your vehicle. With the use of the latest equipment, customers can be positive that when we conduct any repair work for their MOT, all work is completed to the highest standard.
It is often advised that a service is to be conducted at regular intervals on your vehicle. This is to highlight and address any faults which may have developed, whether big or small on your vehicle and keep your car running efficiently.
Even the smallest of faults which might be preventing your car from running at its full capacity and could have a more serious effect later on and result in a much larger repair bill. Not just to identify and fix any potential c faults, regularly servicing your vehicle and fixing small issues can also maintain the value of your car.
A vehicle being sold with up to date service book can sell for more than the same vehicle without evidence of maintenance work having been completed.