PEUGEOT MOT

The smart choice for your MOT

Your PEUGEOT has a date – yes, sooner or later it will be time for its annual MOT. And with offers like a PEUGEOT MOT for just £45, Warners PEUGEOT is the natural place to have it done - after all, they know your vehicle better than anyone. Apart from you, perhaps! Plus:

  • Our highly trained technicians are accredited as MOT testers by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)
  • Any outstanding technical upgrades we notice will be carried out for free
  • You'll benefit from our new PEUGEOT Service Promise
  • We pride ourselves on meeting the Motor Industry Code of Practice standards for service, transparency and integrity

And before you go for your MOT, take a look below at our recommended Pre-MOT Checklist for all the essential checks to help make sure your car passes first time.


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​PRE-MOT CHECKLIST

The 'Minute Or Two' check to help your car pass its next MOT

Before you take your vehicle for its annual MOT test, PEUGEOT are backing the SMMT campaign recommending that you carry out a number of quick and easy checks to give your car the best chance of passing the test - saving you time and money.

Around 1.5 million vehicles fail their MOT due to simple things such as faulty bulbs, too little tyre tread, or even empty windscreen washer fluid bottles. It’s possible to anticipate most of these issues with a quick check of your car. And it only takes a ‘Minute Or Two’!

If you do find any faults that you’re unable to easily rectify yourself, let us know in advance so that we can complete the work required before the test is carried out.

Take a look at our Pre-MOT Checklist below - taking a couple of minutes to identify problems before an MOT test will allow them to be rectified, meaning your car will be far more likely to pass first time around.

THE 'MINUTE OR TWO' CHECK

1. Headlights and indicators - Check that all of your car’s lights function properly – headlights, sidelights, rear lights, hazard lights and indicators.

2. Brake lights - Press the brake pedal and ask a friend to check that the rear brake lights come on – including any supplementary brake strip light. Alternatively, carefully reverse up to a reflective surface (window, wall or garage door) and look behind to see for yourself.

3. Number plates - Make sure that number plates are clean and legible – even a quick wipe with a cloth can make a difference. The font and spacing of letters must also comply with legal requirements to be passed by the MOT station.

4. Wheels and tyres - Check that wheels and tyres are undamaged. The minimum legal tyre tread depth is 1.6mm and any tyres with less than this will be marked as an MOT ‘fail’ (though it’s recommended that tyres are changed when tread reaches 3mm). If you’re in doubt about how much tread is left on a tyre, we can check for you. We can also advise on the type of tyre that is right for your car if a replacement is required.

5. Seats and seatbelts - The driver's seat should adjust forwards and backwards and all seatbelts should be in good, working order. Test movement of the seat and inspect the seatbelt's full length for damage. Tug sharply on all seatbelts to check that they react as they’re supposed to if you have to brake severely.

6. Windscreen - Check the view out of the front of the car for damage – any damage larger than 40mm will cause a ‘fail’, as will any damage wider than 10mm in the ‘swept’ area of the windscreen in front of the driver.

7. Windscreen wipers - Make sure your wipers are able to keep your windscreen clean – any tears or holes in the wiper rubber can be an MOT fail.

8. Screenwash - Top up the washer bottle before taking the car in for a test – something as simple as an empty container can cause an MOT fail.

9. Horn - Give a short blast of the horn – if it doesn’t work, we will need to repair or replace it.

10. Fuel and engine oil -
Make sure your car is filled with enough fuel and engine oil – you can be turned away from the MOT without suitable levels of either, both of which are required by the retail store when running the car to test its emissions levels. If you are unsure about the type of oil that should be used, ask us.

Note: When checking fluid levels and handling parts that could become hot to the touch (e.g. bulbs), it’s always best to ensure that the vehicle has had an opportunity to cool down fully.

*Prices includes an MOT test but not any re-tests that may need to be done. We will tell you if any extra work you will have to pay for in addition to the quoted price is necessary.