Book a Car MOT Online Now

Our Protyre network offers a trusted, affordable and easy way to maintain your car or van with low cost MOTs. Book a MOT test check online now. Cheap prices starting from £29.95. Thousands of vehicles pass their MOT test check every year with Protyre - we are one of the UK's largest DVSA-approved test centre networks and we ensure vehicles are inspected to the highest standards and issued with their MOT certificate with as little hassle as possible. 

Same Day MOT Tests

Another great reason to book your MOT with Protyre is our convenient same day booking appointment slots. Take the panic out of last-minute MOT Test availability and select a same day appointment so you can be in and out of a garage in a couple of hours! Simply enter your vehicle registration plate number below and select an appointment date and time to suit you.
Find your nearest Protyre MOT test centre by booking now!
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Most Frequently Asked questions about Car MOTs

When does my car need an MOT?

Every vehicle that is three-years-old or over must have a current MOT test certificate and you must renew this once a year. If you have a car, it is your responsibility to make sure that it is examined annually.
You can find out when your current MOT expires by looking at your test certificate. If you can’t find it, however, or you simply don’t want to waste time looking, you can make use of our free MOT Checker. All you need is your vehicle registration number and we can tell you straight away if the vehicle has a valid certificate and when your MOT expires.

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