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Our customers choose Vasstech for our reliable, trustworthy, efficient and straight-talking service, tailored to meet the specific needs of your vehicle.
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Our vehicle technicians will check the placement of the numbers and the letters to ensure they meet the required standards required and ensure that they have not been modified.
We look both under the bonnet and under the vehicle to check that your steering and suspension for mobility, security and condition of each of the parts.
Scratches or fractures within the windows will be examined by our vehicle technicians. We check windows and windscreen for chips and scratches as well as testing your washers and wipers, to ensure a clear view of the road ahead.
Inspection of the seatbelt condition, tension and limiters are carried out along with the airbags and supplementary restraint system, to ensure your safety during operation of the vehicle.
All petrol, diesel and gas powered vehicles are subject to fuel, exhaust and emissions tests. This inspection ensures the security of fuel system components, check for leaks, chafing and damage and ensures the fuel tank cap is positive fit and sealant is in good condition.
We carry out a thorough inspection of the body and exterior of the car to ensure a smooth surface with no jagged edges or sharp areas.
Your car’s mirrors will be examined to ensure that they provide the driver with an adequate view or additionally, your car may be fitted with an indirect vision camera that will also be inspected as part of the check.
The efficiency and balance of a vehicle's brakes are carried out using a brake tester or a decelerometer. The brakes on a car are a major safety component and are examined under the vehicle, under the bonnet and from inside the vehicle, to ensure the wear and condition under any and all conditions.
MOT tests are a necessity for any car over the age of three years old. This examination was introduced by the DVSA and ensures that every car undergoes a yearly evaluation to ensure that it is performing to the correct standard and quality in compliance with both safety and emissions.
Car services and MOT are completely separate and different from one another. An MOT evaluation aims to establish if the car is safe to drive on the road and is compliant with emissions regulations and is a legal requirement. A car service will examine the overall state of the car and is not required by law.
Throughout your MOT inspection, our experienced mechanics will examine the car’s performance and undertake an extensive amount of tests and inspections inside the car, beneath the bonnet and under the car.
If your car passes the MOT and is road safe, you will be given a VT20 for, however, if your car fails the inspection, we will issue you with a VT30 form and this will be registered by our technicians. If your car passes the MOT but has parts which may need replacing or attention before it’s next inspection, we will notify you of it upon collection.
The punishment of not holding a current MOT document will result in a fine, your road tax will be nonrenewable and you won’t be able to drive your car in the eyes of the law. Why not consider your local North Yorkshire Vasstech garage for your next MOT for a reliable, trustworthy, efficient and straight-talking service.